While A$AP Rocky continues to gear up for his third album, the Harlem rapper joins rock band Thirty Seconds to Mars on their latest song, "One Track Mind." Released on Thursday (March 22), Rocky's feature on the album is one of a handful of guest spots on the group's upcoming project.

The song finds an auto-tuned Rocky singing and rapping about heartbreak as a spacey, effects-filled instrumental plays in the background. "Let me cry about it/Ain't my problems/Ain't my fault, Mystikal, Silkk the Shocker/Heard it's only 30 seconds 'til Mars/Then it take you even less just to get to my heart," the A$AP Mob rapper spits before a guitar solo kicks in.

"One Track Mind" will be featured on Thirty Seconds to Mars' upcoming fifth studio album, America. The project is set to release on April 6.

In related news, the "Five Stars" rapper recently revealed he's completed his next album. During a concert in Berlin, Germany, the rapper confirmed the completion, telling the crowd, "A lotta y'all don't know but, the only reason I came to Belin is to finish my album that I just finished."

While a release date for the project has yet to be revealed, Rocky has remained busy, dropping the songs "Above" and "Money Bags Freestyle."

Listen to "One Track Mind" below.

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