17th Jun2014

(Video) A$AP Ferg and King Bach on The Rap Game

by @Djordje

A$AP Ferg talks about how the A$AP Mob began, his love of fashion, and who needs to step their game up. Check out his interview with What’s Trending above.

04th Jun2014

A$AP Josh Interview with HIPHOPLE

by @Djordje

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While out in Korea, A$AP Josh took the time to sit down with HIPHOPLE to discuss what he’s doing during his visit there, the origins of A$AP, as well as his upcoming brand ADVNT. Read the full interview here. PS. Get your translators ready.

03rd Jun2014

A$AP Ferg Interview with XXL

by @Djordje

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The Roots hosted their 7th Annual Roots Picnic in Philadelphia over the weekend. One of the acts to blaze the stage at this year’s festival was the Trap Lord from Harlem, A$AP Ferg. The Mob member was a crowd favorite from the moment he started his set. Performing his hits “Work,” “Shabba,” “Dump Dump” and more, Ferg lit up the crowd with his highly addictive tunes.

With a new A$AP Mob album in the works, and the single “Hella Hoes” scheduled to drop very soon, we caught up with the Fergenstein to discuss his first experience at the Roots Picnic, the M.I.A. tour he just wrapped up, another possible Bape collab and more.

Continue reading on XXL.

03rd Jun2014

(Video) Noisey: Call Your Mom with A$AP Ferg

by @Djordje

A$AP Ferg joins Noisey in the latest installment of their Call Your Mom series. Check it out above.

01st Jun2014

A$AP Ferg Interview with NahRight

by @Djordje

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Always Strive And Prosper. Before Ferg joined the A$AP Mob, he already lived by their motto thanks to his father Darold Ferguson. While residing in Harlem’s notorious Hamilton Heights neighborhood, Ferg senior established a reputation as a renowned hustler. He printed shirts and designed logos for luminaries including Bad Boy Records, Teddy Riley, Heavy D and Bell Biv DeVoe.

Inspired to carry his father’s legacy after his death, A$AP Ferg pursued fashion and attended art school. He was later convinced to focus on music by friends and was featured on A$AP Rocky’s first mixtape Deep Purple. With his creative background as the foundation, Ferg’s vocal experimentation and unique visual direction ensured he was the second major label signee from the A$AP mob.

Ferg’s debut Trap Lord was released last year, and included bangers such as “Work” (remix,) “Shabba” and “Hood Pope.” Before his June show at the NXNE Festival in Toronto, he told me about working with Bone Thugs on “Lord,” Diddy calling him after his record deal, speaking regularly to Fab Five Freddy and wanting to collaborate with Phil Collins.

Continue reading on NahRight.

24th May2014

(Video) Elite Daily Interviews A$AP Illz

by @DomingoTutu

Serving as the third installment of Elite Daily’s “Leaders of The New Cool” series, the voice of Gen-Y kicks it with one of the founding fathers of the world renowned A$AP MOB, A$AP iLLZ.

Since their formation in 2005, the A$AP Mob — a collective of rappers, producers, music video directors and fashion designers — has become one of the most influential groups in the urban sphere.

iLLZ, an aspiring jewelry designer and model, is well on his way to becoming a household name, much like his fellow peers Rocky and Ferg.

During our conversation, iLLZ touches on the significance of social media, the juxtaposing of “hood” and “high fashion,” as well as what it means to be a part of one of the most highly-respected conglomerates in entertainment today.

Via Elite Daily.

14th May2014

(Video) A$AP Ferg Interview with CBS Local Sports & Jay Z’s Life + Times

by @Djordje

Fergenstein sat down with CBS Local Sports and Jay-Z’s Life + Times to talk about Johnny Manziel being drafted by the Cleveland Browns. Watch it above.

18th Apr2014

A$AP Ferg Interview with New Zealand’s MAI FM

by @Djordje

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Fergenstein sat down with MAI FM before his show in New Zealand to talk about his childhood, Harlem and directing and producing his own videos. Check out the interview here.

14th Apr2014

Green-Label Coachella Style Profile: A$AP Mob

by @Djordje

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Can you remember your first time at Coachella? The dudes of A$AP Mob — A$AP Ferg, Marty Baller, and A$AP Tarz to be exact — are currently making their festival debut, and it’s sounding like the show will be pretty epic. Here’s a quick style talk we had with them at the Fuse/VEVO House at Coachella about what they’re flossin’ with on stage.

Continue reading on Green-Label.

14th Apr2014

A$AP Ferg Talks M.I.A. Tour & Bringing Back BMX with Green-Label

by @Djordje

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We’re currently taking in the great weather and events going down during weekend 1 of Coachella. The latest familiar face to swing through the Fuse/Vevo House At Coachella is none other than the Trap Lord himself, ASAP Ferg. Our Editor-in-Chief Brad Clarke and Ferg stepped out of the heat for a bit to talk about his upcoming tour with M.I.A, being a fan of DMX, and why the world of BMX (currently being dominated by his homie Nigel Sylvester) is more common to him than you know.

Continue reading at Green-Label.

13th Apr2014

A$AP Ferg Interview with Oyster

by @Djordje

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Harlem’s A$AP Ferg is the hood pope with a strong ‘Work’ ethic. Late last year, the NYC-born-and-bred rapper released his highly shab-shabba-ranked debut Trap Lord. A title that translates to mean divine hustling skills, it’s without surprise to learn Ferg grew up around an influential 90s hip-hop set – his dad designed the logo for Bad Boy Records and can count Teddy Riley and Puff Daddy as childhood acquaintances.  Last in Australia with fashion killa counterpart A$AP Rocky, the A$AP Mob member, with his own app and clothing line – is back for a second solo visit.

Continue reading on Oyster.

13th Apr2014

(Video) A$AP Ferg Interview with Fuse at Coachella

by @Djordje

Fuse’s Esteban Serrano sat down with A$AP Ferg at Coachella this weekend to discuss the future and things got a little philosophical.

Via FUSEtv.

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