Last night, Blood Orange made an appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live! to perform a new song called "Chewing Gum" with A$AP Rocky and Project Pat. The track is fresh off his forthcoming album Negro Swan which is slated to drop on August 24 via Domino Records. Devonté "Dev" Hynes and A$AP Rocky wore custom airbrushed T-shirts for the live set which they showed off in a few backstage photos that were posted on their Instagram accounts.

Hynes previously collaborated with A$AP Rocky on the TESTING track "Hun43rd" which references the street that the Harlem rapper grew up on. In the past, Hynes has worked with artists like Skepta, FKA twigs, and Nelly Furtado. His new album also includes features from Puff Daddy, Steve Lacy and Janet Mock. Watch the short show in the video above.

In other news, Lil Miquela teamed up with Baauer on the track "Hate Me." Get all the details right here.

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