28th Feb2017

(Video) French Montana & A$AP Rocky – Said N Done

by @Djordje

Watch the official music video for “Said N Done” by French Montana & A$AP Rocky, directed by Eif Rivera, above.

28th Feb2017

(Video) A$AP Ant Performs “Finances” for COLORS Berlin

by @Djordje

Dinero, Fetty, Provolone, Guap! A$AP Ant a.k.a YG Addie steps into the lime light.

Via COLORS Berlin.

25th Feb2017

The Crazy, Brazy NBA Trade Deadline with A$AP Twelvyy

by @Djordje

A$AP Twelvyy joins hosts Ben Detrick and Jordan Redaelli to discuss the 2017 NBA trade deadline, the sad futility of the Sacramento Kings, the draft’s top point guards, and Yams Day.

Via VICE Sports.

25th Feb2017

(Video) The FADER: Everything You Need To Know About Playboi Carti

by @Djordje

“We made a song and it was very lit,” Playboi Carti told us of his collaboration with Frank Ocean. “I don’t know if the world is gonna get it, though.” After meeting Raf Simons at his New York Fashion Week presentation, the Atlanta upstart stopped by The FADER office to share some lesser known facts about himself: like how he was really ballin’ in high school and what it was like to take his dad to Mansion Elan. He also sets the record straight: it’s Playstation over XBOX. Watch the video above.

Via The FADER.

23rd Feb2017

(Video) A$AP TyY – BikeLife in Vegas

by @DomingoTutu

Four Wheelers, Las Vegas and the A$AP Mob’s own A$AP TyY come together in the desert.

21st Feb2017

(Video) A$AP Ferg Talks To Complex at NBA All-Star Weekend

by @Djordje

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On Sunday afternoon A$AP Ferg wasn’t scheduled to talk to Complex. But, as luck would have it, he just happened to be stuck in traffic on New Orleans’ Royal Street (where we were at) while on his way to the Voodoo Museum, and noticed a couple of high school friends in the neighborhood. Once he learned that 2 Chainz was about to take the stage he stuck around to catch up with us.

Cool, impromptu interviews always welcome.

While he was checking in he made sure to send shout-outs in the direction of James Harden and Nick Young, let us know that the follow-up to 2016’s Cozy Tapes Vol. 1 is coming soon, and also that he has his own continuation of 2016’s Always Strive and Prosper, which he personally guarantees will be lit.

Guess we’ll find out if he can follow through on that soon enough.

Via Complex.

19th Feb2017

(Video) A$AP Ant Freestyle on Tim Westwood

by @Djordje

A$AP Ant drops some bars for Tim Westwood following his interview. Watch above.

19th Feb2017

(Video) A$AP Ant Interview with Tim Westwood

by @Djordje

A$AP Ant speaks to Westwood about his hit Finances, touring, A$AP Mob, Dipset & more.

Via TimWestwoodTV.

19th Feb2017

(Video) A$AP Rocky Cameo in The Weeknd’s “Reminder'” Music Video

by @Djordje

A$AP Rocky links with The Weeknd to make a cameo in his latest video for “Reminder.” Watch above, featuring additional cameos by Drake, Travis Scott, Nav, and more.

15th Feb2017

A$AP Bari on Stylish Drug Dealers as Inspiration and Launching His New Kicks

by @Djordje

Vlone x Nike was released in Harlem on Feb. 10.

A$AP Mob continues its cultural domination with A$AP Bari’s Vlone streetwear line, which launched it’s Vlone x Nike Air Force 1 during one of New York Fashion Week’s buzzier pop-up events (Feb 10), on 116thStreet in Harlem, right up the block from where A$AP Mob spent their formative years.

As throngs of fans and sneakerheads crowded the streets outside, Billboard caught up with A$AP Bari to discuss all things Vlone.

Did you wake up one morning and know that Vlone was going to be the name of your brand?

At one point in time, I was broke. I didn’t have much, so a lot of things were connecting with me, like Kid Cudi’s “All Along” song. We were switching up the A to a V in the word “alone.” So the whole meaning came from alone, and then I switched it to Vlone, and made it my own and made it my own meaning which is “live alone; dive alone.”

What does black and orange represent in the design of your pieces?

Black is a solid color. It’s like orange is the new black. That’s how it all came about. It all came down to the Knicks’ colors being black and orange. That’s like the signature New York shoe.

Continue reading on Billboard.

14th Feb2017

New Music: Cozy Boys – Cuffin Music Mix

by @Djordje

The Cozy Boys give you the perfect V-day mix. Post up with your boo and hit play below.

12th Feb2017

A$AP Bari Presents Harlem to the World via VLONE x Nike Pop-Up

by @Djordje

Known by many to fall under the moniker of Harlem World, the nickname of an area filled with endless culture, inspiration and influence is a perfect fit due to it effortlessly being its own entity in comparison to notable boroughs within New York City. Aiming to continue a legacy carried on by names such as Pee Wee Kirkland, Ma$e, Cam’ron and an endless list of others, Harlem’s own A$AP Bari has managed to provide a creative vision for those who can relate to Harlem culture and its lifestyle via VLONE. Over time, VLONE’s popularity has skyrocketed thanks to a selection of limited releases of apparel and accessories in addition to spontaneous pop-ups, art exhibitions and spontaneous teasers. Now add to that the very limited release of the collaborative VLONE x Nike Air Force 1 Low. The silhouette was finally made avaible to the public via a special VLONE Pop-Up shop in Harlem, fittingly right next to Amy Ruth’s, as part of New York’s Fashion Week.

As you step foot into the VLONE x Nike pop-up, you’re engulfed into the essence of Harlem during New York City’s summer scene, despite remnants of a previous snowstorm gracing the edge of sidewalks and street corners. Collaborative VLONE x Nike Basketballs grace concrete-like displays while photos of notable Harlem locations, the A$AP Mob and much more grace the walls complemented by orange detailing. You’ll find the aforementioned summer aesthetic via the pop-up’s special basketball court which dons VLONE’s traditional colorblocking of black and orange — complemented by an orange chain-link fence as its surrounding and topped off with a black chain-link net to give off an unexplainable New York City sound each time a shot is taken and made.

While visiting the VLONE x Nike pop-up, we chatted with A$AP Mob member and VLONE co-founder A$AP Bari on Harlem’s impact to culture as a whole, favorite memories surrounding the Air Force 1 model, the future of VLONE and much more.

Continue reading on HYPEBEAST.

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