Elle Fanning & A$AP Ferg Connect for "Moon River" Cover

For Tiffany & Co.’s “Believe in Dreams” campaign.

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Breakfast At Tiffany’s classic song “Moon River” gets covered by A$AP Ferg and actress Elle Fanning. As part of Tiffany & Co.’s “Believe in Dreams” campaign, the song finds Elle singing the melody and Ferg delivering some catchy rhymes over some 808 drums.

“I come from Harlem, which is a long way from the famous Tiffany flagship on Fifth Avenue,” said Ferg. “But because I went to the High School of Art and Design in Midtown, I’d have to walk past the Tiffany store every single day on my way home. It was just years and years of me walking past Tiffany, never dreaming one day my face, my voice, and my lyrics would be part of their story. That’s a real dream, in real life.”

Watch the ad campaign above and stream the track below.

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