A$AP Rocky's "Shittin' Me" music video is here, and, like most of his visuals, it's pretty fire. While he delivers his signature noteworthy style and trippy optics, the musician also references the most chaotic moment of his year: the viral mosh pit meme.

For those unfamiliar, a video of Rocky's 2022 Rolling Loud performance made rounds on social media, as the artist went from happy to shook while crowd surfing.

What happened? According to Rocky, an aggressive fan got ahold of his private parts during the incident, resulting in his meme-worthy WTF face.

Like the rest of the internet, Tyler, The Creator found Rocky's reaction hilarious, further trolling the moment by making the meme his Instagram profile picture and turning it into a cake.

You got to love friends like Tyler.

In Rocky's "Shittin' Me" video, the musician essentially recreates his hectic mosh pit experience — and dies from it.

Throughout the rest of the video, Rocky's camp does everything to keep the musician alive — though he's very much dead — turning him into a literal puppet to keep making money.

Rocky's video, which was directed Grin Machine, kind makes a good point about estates and brands, who notoriously milk the legacies of famous figures for monetary gain.

Nonetheless, we love a hidden message on top of solid visuals and fashion. It's another goodie for Rocky's vault of impressive videos, right next to "D.M.B." where he marries Rihanna.

"Shittin' Me" probably won't be on Rocky's next album. Instead, the song is exclusively a part of Need For Speed: Unbound's soundtrack, which features other A$AP Mob members and musicians like Playboi Carti, Rosalia, and Lil Yachty.

Need for Speed first teased the track in October during the game's trailer, which also featured an animated Rocky and an AWGE-branded Mercedes-Benz ride.

Rock dropped "Shittin' Me" on Friday, December 2, in tandem with the game's release. In the same breath, he also announced his foray into home decor with his new HOMMEMADE line.

With the track and video out, fans still want to know when the album is coming out. While the mystery remains, much like his girlfriend's project, Rocky stated that the album is very much on the way.

In the meantime, he'll be taking the stage for an Amazon Music Live set coming up on December 8. Perhaps, we'll get a release date reveal? Wishful thinking, of course.

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