A$AP Rocky has been lending his guest verses to tons of different artists all year, despite not yet having released a solo project of his own in 2017. The A$AP Mob member joins Maroon 5 for their latest song release, "Whiskey," which has the group reflecting about their former loves that were lost.

The Harlem native offers up some bars on the soft piano-infused track, where he shares some melodic rhymes, tapping into his inner vocalist. The band's frontman, Adam Levine, also spreads his signature croons over the gentle song, singing about some of his drinking days when he was young and in love.

"I never knew that love was blind/'Til I was hers," Levine sings. "'But she was never mine/Yeah, I was reckless, but I let it burn."

It's been a busy year for Rocky, who has been featured on tons of different material, such as A$AP Mob's The Cozy Tapes Vol. 2, as well as Famous Dex's latest "Pick It Up" record. He is reportedly working on his new album, which he claims will have a futuristic sound to it. The project will be the follow-up to his sophomore release in 2015, At.Long.Last.A$AP.

Take a listen to the new song from Maroon 5 and A$AP Rocky below to hear them reflect on lost love.

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