A$AP Ferg Joins Forces With Missy Elliott on "Strive"

An upbeat banger from ‘Always Strive and Prosper.’

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A$AP Ferg’s Always Strive and Prosper is just over a week away and now, after linking up with the likes of Skrillex, Crystal Caines, Big Sean and ScHoolboy Q for the LP, Ferg is back with “Strive.” Hot on the heels of Jim Jones’s “Finesse” (which features Ferg alongside Rich Homie Quan and Desiigner), “Strive” is the most upbeat cut yet from the Harlem rapper’s Trap Lord followup and taps none other than Missy Elliott for the DJ Mustard and Stelios Phili co-production.

Give the summery house-inspired banger a spin above and look for Always Strive and Prosper — which is due out April 22 — now on iTunes.

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