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Just a day after releasing the audio, A$AP Ferg made due on his promise to provide a visual for his “Work” remix. Like the original, this beefed up version is sure to become a fan favorite as the track gains steam.

Backed by A$AP Rocky, French Montana, Trinidad Jame$ and Schoolboy Q, young Fergenstein takes to his native Harlem streets to mob out with his fellow New Yorkers. He can be seen at the legendary Holcombe Rucker Park, where a fleet of people support the gold-teeth sporting spitter’s efforts to turn up in unison.

The video will also draws some similarities to previous NYC collectives like The Diplomats and Ruff Ryders. Not sure if that was an intentional homage, but like A$AP Mob’s music, the influence shines through clearly.

Off scenes featuring the rappers kicking rhymes in a abandoned wear house make the cipher complete. With debut of the gritty vid, we also received a formal date for Ferg’s long anticipated mixtape Trap Lord, which releases Memorial Day, May 27. The project is said to feature appearances by Danny Brown, Onyx, Bone Thugs-N-Harmony and more.

See the treatment for the “Work” remix below.

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