Watch A$AP Ferg turn up with a live performance of “New Level” at the MTV Woodie Awards.
A$AP Mob’s own A$AP TyY creates sheer mayhem in the legendary streets of New York City in his latest BikeLife video. Featuring music from his track “Remain the Same”.
Listen to “Remain the Same” on A$AP TyY’s Soundcloud.
Complex City Cyphers will travel to various cities to highlight local rappers and musicians. In this pilot episode, A$AP Ferg, Wiki, and Your Old Droog freestyle over music provided by Grammy nominated jazz musician Christian Scott. This cypher is deeply rooted in the traditions of freestyling in hip-hop and improvisation in jazz. The live collaboration provides a sonically unique and refreshing approach to the tried and true video format of the cypher.
A$AP Rocky brings out Raury to perform “L$D” in Sydney, Australia.
Check out exclusive footage from A$AP Ferg’s stop in Atlanta w/ Peach Castle & WISHATL.
A$AP Ferg is not your average hip-hop artist, in fact, he may prefer you remove the hip-hop designation and not box him into a particular category of art. As we discussed in our exclusive interview with the Harlemite back in September, just a few months before the premiere of his Art Basel event alongside adidas, Ferg grew up enthralled in all realms of art, from drawing and painting to fashion and film. Now with a firm reputation as one of the rap game’s most versatile mind, his creative vision is beginning to grab the attention of some of hip-hop’s brightest, including Future. The two recently linked up for a heater, “New Level,” with Ferg taking over the director roles, alongside longtime collaborator Shomi Patwary, for a video treatment. The two co-directors were kind enough to send us some BTS shots and a brief breakdown of the experience below.
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Thanks to Yahoo Music you can relive last nights performances from the first annual Yams Day in New York City. Watch A$AP Mob, Pro Era, French Montana, Lil Uzi Vert, Action Bronson, Dash & Retch, Yung Gleesh, and many more take the stage at Terminal 5, above.
Rapper and i-D cover star A$AP Rocky has been revealed as the first high-profile collaborator with GUESS on their new series of capsule collections, GUESS Originals, which pairs the brand with the hottest talent in fashion and entertainment, and i-D are able to reveal exclusive images by photographer Kimi Selfridge from the upcoming campaign.
Rocky worked with Paul Marciano, GUESS founder and Chief Creative Officer, to create a collection of striped T-shirts, retro logo print tees and crop tops, slim cut jeans and boxy denim jackets that nod to the GUESS obsessions of 90s hip hop stars, translating them to a 2016 tip.
“I wanted to give kids today knowledge of what GUESS meant to hip hop and the urban community in the 90s and late 80s. From the drug dealer on the corner with the T-shirt, the rapper Nas saying ‘When I get dressed, it’s nothing less than GUESS’ and Tupac in the movie Juice,” Rocky said at the downtown NY launch last night, as noted by Pret-a-reporter.
Referencing Rocky’s crew, retro style logo T-shirts and polonecks have injected their dollar sign styling into the label to read, “GUE$$ Jeans USA”. It’s not pretty, it’s gorgeous.
Check out exclusive polaroids of the collection below.
Via i-D Magazine.
Thanks to Know Wave you can now stream the Mob’s Knowledge Wave set from this years Art Basel weekend in Miami. Check it out below.
Watch the video above and check out XXL Magazine’s coverage of A$AP Ferg’s show at Art Basel 2015.
In honor of the Mob’s first ever visit to Hong Kong, A$AP Rocky decided to bless fans at Clockenflap by performing an unreleased song. Check out “Yamborghini High,” an ode to the late A$AP Yams, above.
A$AP Rocky does a special version of ‘Excuse Me’ in session at Maida Vale for 1Xtra’s MC Month.