01st Sep2015

(Video) The People vs. A$AP Rocky

by @Djordje

This episode of People Vs. sits down our pal A$AP Rocky and forces him to read the comments on his psychedelic music video for “L$D” from his latest album AT.LONG.LA$T.A$AP. He also gives us an answer to the most important question of our generation: just what color was the dress?

Via Noisey.

01st Sep2015

(Video) A$AP Ferg Interview on The Sunday Sit Down with EmEz

by @Djordje

A$AP Ferg came through to The Sunday Sit Down to talk working in the studio with Madonna, the Drake and Meek beef, supporting health care through his own Ferg Fair, the NWA movie and more!

Via Power105.1 FM.

23rd Aug2015

(Video) A$AP Rocky Interview with REVOLT

by @Djordje

A$AP Rocky sits down with REVOLT to talk about A.L.L.A. and his upcoming tour with Tyler, The Creator.

19th Aug2015

(Video) A$AP Ferg Interview with MUCH

by @Djordje

Earlier this year, rapper A$AP Ferg released a video for his Ferg Forever cut, Dope Walk. The series of clips shows A$AP Ferg teaching everyone how to do a move called the Dope Walk featuring cameos by Cara Delevingne, Haim, Kanye West, Rihanna and Beyoncé.

Our very own Tyrone “T-Rex” Edwards caught up with the rapper at this year’s Full Flex Express tour to talk about music, fashion and he even asked for a quick demonstration of the Dope Walk. Ferg describes this viral dance move as, “basically, you Harlem Shake and then you go into a lull.” Tyrone perfected it immediately, take a look at the full interview below and see if you can do the Dope Walk as well!

Via MUCH.

20th Jul2015

A$AP Rocky Interview with Esquire

by @Djordje

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The only thing that’s exquisite about my taste is my fashion sense. Other than that I’m a piece of shit.

I don’t get enough time to watch porn but I have orgies, like, every other night. It usually goes down with chicks in my room and once they’re done with me they want to go and get with some of my mates. Are they in my room, too? No. That would be strange. OK, I did say orgies. I should have said threesomes or foursomes but they do give my friends some so how do you include that? How do I manifest that into the combo? The most I’ve managed is five girls and me. A sixsome!

Expect the worst but pray for the best.

I sold drugs I’m not proud of when I was 15. As I got older, I was known for selling marijuana. I don’t recommend heroin, crack, meth, Xanax, OxyContin or opium. Did I ever try crack? Hell no! Crack is like something out of The Lord of the Rings. Once you fuck with the Ring, it sticks with you.

Continue reading on Esquire.

14th Jul2015

A$AP P On The Boards Interview with Viper Magazine

by @Djordje

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Firstly, briefly introduce yourself.
My name is A$AP P on the Boards. I was born in New York but have been back and forth between the city and Miami almost forever. As far as my style goes, it’s however I’m feeling at that moment – I wish I had a single word for it but there could be days I’m dark, happy, or just based and I’m letting my mind pour the thoughts out into the Universe.

Continue reading on Viper Magazine.

08th Jul2015

(Video) A$AP Rocky Talks London, New Album & Culture Clash with Tim Westwood

by @Djordje

Westwood speaks to ASAP Rocky backstage at Wireless about his new album At Long Last ASAP, moving to London & the culture clash.

Via TimWestwoodTV.

07th Jul2015

(Video) My First Album: A$AP Rocky

by @Djordje

A$AP Rocky tells the story of a time his brother talked him into buying a Rakim cassette tape instead of the Mortal Kombat soundtrack.

Via The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.

05th Jul2015

(Video) A$AP Rocky Interview with Capital XTRA at Wireless Fest

by @Djordje

A$AP Rocky is moving across the pond and settling down in London.

The ‘Long. Live. A$AP’ rapper exclusively revealed to Capital XTRA that he’s bought a property in one of London’s most expensive areas, Mayfair.

Tim Westwood caught up with A$AP backstage at Wireless Festival today (3rd July) and asked A$AP where he would be living once he made the move.

“If I tell you you gon’ slap me,” Rocky laughed, eventually revealing that Mayfair will be his new home.

“That’s the most poshest [part of London]…” He said. “But they don’t know who I am over there, they don’t care about me that’s why I love it.”

A$AP performed on the main stage tonight ahead of Drake, who brought out Skepta as a surprise guest and ‘Shutdown’ Finsbury Park.

Watch the full interview above.

Via Capital XTRA.

04th Jul2015

A$AP Rocky Interview with The Guardian

by @Djordje

A$AP Rocky … 'I'be been living like a black rock star'

When I meet A$AP Rocky at a restaurant in midtown Manhattan– the kind where veal tomahawk chops go for $50 a pop – he’s trying to figure out the day’s itinerary. How to, in the next six hours, cram in a performance on Jimmy Fallon’s Tonight Show, a shopping spree at Dior Homme and the New York premiere for the film he’s making his acting debut in – Rick Famuyiwa’s coming-of-age comedy, Dope. “I’ve been living like a black rock star,” he says, “I slept for an hour today – an hour and a half? – but I need more.”

That schedule also goes some way to understanding how the rapper – real name Rakim Mayers – has morphed, in fewer than five years, from the self-proclaimed “pretty motherfucker” from across 110th Street to the cocky figurehead of the A$AP Mob – the Harlem crew that revived New York hip-hop. But there are multiple sides to Rocky. Is he, as he raps, the Fashion Killa more interested in hanging out with designers Raf Simons and Rick Owens than making music? Or the lothario who, as his lyrics put it, has had too many Fuckin’ Problems? On one level, he might be considered the typically brash young rapper who sports pavé diamonds in his teeth, has a downtown penthouse in New York and a Hollywood pad, and chases Roger Sterling-esque mind expansion via psychedelic drugs. On the other, he says, he’s the humble, studious creative, would-be director and movie star. Rocky knows that some of the preconceptions about him are down to his entrance into the world of rap in 2011, which wasn’t exactly subtle. “Coming in I was so braggodocious: gold, bitches, all that other shit. Not a lot has changed,” he says. “I’m just a little more humble. I’m here to stand out, I’m not here to shit on people no more.”

Continue reading on The Guardian.

01st Jul2015

A$AP Ferg Reveals His New Denim Collaboration With L.A. Brand AGOLDE

by @Djordje

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A$AP Ferg is not like other rappers trying make their way in the fashion industry. Despite a successful music career, Ferg actually started off designing clothes. He graduated from art school; launched his own label, Devoni, which Chris Brown and Swizz Beatz are fans of; and has collaborated with brands like Young & Reckless and PacSun. Now, he’s entering the very tough denim industry with a collaboration with L.A. brand AGOLDE—the same project he’s been teasing on Instagram this past week.

The Trap Lord personally worked at AGOLDE’s factory during the production of the collection, learning the ins and outs of the denim industry while simultaneously contributing creatively to the range. The collection is inspired by his favorite pair of jeans, which he’s worn on tour, at fashion shows, and while riding BMX bikes. “I basically want to give the world a piece of me,” he says. The collection also includes T-shirts, a hoodie, and denim jackets—but it’s the jeans, he says, that he’s especially proud of.

We recently caught up with Ferg to talk to get the exclusive on his new denim collaboration, being inspired by Ralph Lauren, plus how the “Dope Walk” video with Cara Delevingne came about.

Ferg’s collaboration with AGOLDE launches Spring 2016.

Continue reading on Complex Magazine.

30th Jun2015

A$AP Rocky Interview with The Daily Beast

by @Djordje

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A$AP Rocky is very high. We’re talking Jim Breuer in Half Baked. Brad Pitt in True Romance. Chris Tucker in Friday. Keanu Reeves in life.

He’s holed up in his hotel room in London. When I connect with him by phone, I say, “Hello?” All I hear on the other end is breathing, then a deep drag, followed by a glorious exhale. This lasts for about ten seconds. Finally, a hazy-sounding A$AP reveals himself.

What’s up, man? How you doin’?

It’s the second week of June, prior to tragic events of Charleston, and the 26-year-old rapper is flying high. His sophomore studio album, At.Long.Last.A$AP, debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard charts, and Dope, which marks his feature acting debut, has been lauded by critics and audiences alike. Right now, A$AP Rocky doesn’t have a care in the world—except, that is, what he’s going to eat for supper.

“For the most part, the food is pretty shitty here,” he says of London. “But whatever.”

This food quandary is partially my fault. I mentioned my time studying in London close to a decade ago, and how difficult it was—as a New Yorker, especially—to find a nice, cheap lunch in a city sorely lacking in delis, bagels, tacos, and pizza. But this generalization was qualified to Mr. Rocky by admitting that the food situation across the pond had improved dramatically in the years since.

Continue reading on The Daily Beast.

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