On Wednesday, A$AP Ferg dropped the tracklist for his almost-three-years-awaited sophomore album, Always Strive and Prosper. Now we've got the second song, "Hungry Ham," to feast on. It features Skrillex and Crystal Caines, the latter an up-and-coming Harlem rapper/singer/producer and a Ferg go-to since 2012.
And yeah, the hook literally does feature the phrase "hungry ham" over and over. It's about a block in Harlem, but it's also just the words "hungry" and "ham," so that's a win/win for all.
Always Strive and Prosper drops on April 22, boasting appearances from Future, Big Sean, Ty Dolla $ign, Chuck D and Missy Elliott. It was previously hyped with the Schoolboy Q–featuring "Let It Bang."
Skrillex has been on fire with the rap collabs in the last few months, working with The Game, Chance the Rapper, Vic Mensa, Pusha T and Rick Ross (possibly on the theme song to DC's Suicide Squad movie). He also featured on "Wild for the Night" on A$AP Rocky's 2013 debut album Long. Live. A$AP.
Next, check out a Trap Lord–era interview with A$AP Ferg: