After releasing numerous songs from the project, A$AP Ferg is finally here to deliver #FergForever in its entirety. The DJ Drama hosted project boasts production from the likes of Clams Casino, VERY RVRE, Crystal Caines, Big K.R.I.T., Childish Major, as well as features from Marty Baller, Twista, Bunji Garlin, YG, A$AP Nast, SZA, MIA and more. Stream and download the project below.
Catch A$AP Ferg and YG on the Best Coast Connection Tour in a city near you.
Creating an eclectic mix between hip hop and modern day rock, Liam Bailey and A$AP Ferg have come together to create “Villain,” a psychedelic piece that brings joy, power, and Bailey’s talent all to the forefront of its central message.
Bailey was discovered by Amy Winehouse, signed to her Lioness label, and recorded two EPs with her, and her soulful roots are ever present in this song. Ferg similarly adds a rough edge to the piece, giving it the perfect party feel. Bringing art to the forefront and then adding this feel of fun and excitement, Bailey has been considered a sort of Jimi Hendrix in the modern age, and the feel is most certainly evident. The visuals for the piece features the boys enjoying their time around some cool guys, great dancers, and of course, beautiful women. Without overemphasizing sex or drugs, the track and its video still brings more than enough to the table. For hip hop fans that want to see a little something different, this one is for you.
Check out the video below. This track is available now via iTunes, and as part of his upcoming record with Columbia that is set for a 2015 release, and he’ll also be playing on January 22nd at Notting Hill’s Art Club.
With Ferg’s new project #FergForever dropping this Friday, the Trap Lord decides to bless fans with yet another cut off the tape. This time its “Talk It,” produced by Clams Casino. Take a listen below.
Currently on tour, and with a mixtape on deck, A$Ap Ferg is back in go mode. Today, we premiere the latest track from the A$AP mob member, “Doe-Active.” On the track, Ferg shows off an unorthodox flow over a turbulent Stelios Phili-produced track. The mixtape, Ferg Forever is coming soon.
Out of the blue, Ferg surprises fans with a brand new street single off his upcoming Gangsta Grillz mixtape Ferg Forever. Listen to “Perfume” produced by Philo$ Cult below and stay tuned for more new music coming soon.
Fresh off of tour in London at the Red Bull Culture Clash, A$AP TyY delivers the visuals to his street banger “Comme Des Fawk Down”. TyY is assisted by none other than new Dr. Luke signee Young Money Yawn, who comes through with one of his best verses to date. The Jor-El “Royal Rel” Asberry directed piece serves as a warmup to TyY’s upcoming “Royalty By Lifestyle” mixtape, which is tentatively due for an early 2015 release.
The Trap Lord is back. As A$AP Ferg preps for the release of his new mixtape Ferg Forever, he treats fans with a new record, dropping “This Side” featuring YG, produced by THE FAM. Be sure to catch A$AP Ferg and YG in a city near you on the BestCoast Connection Tour.
Skepta has had a spectacular 2014—from winning the Best Video Mobo for “That’s Not Me” to making his directorial debut on Wiley’s “On A Level” to going in on 25,000 people with Boy Better Know at the Red Bull Culture Clash.
Now, Noisey is excited to present the latest video from Skepta for the track “It Ain’t Safe,” which features Young Lord from A$AP Mob. The video was directed by Skepta & Young Lord, produced by Skepta, and shot by Risky Roadz.
Mr. Green is back again with a new batch of tight collaborators, and for this latest espisode, he’s hooking up with A$AP Ferg.
Mr Green had this to say about the collaboration: “This might come as a surprise but I like to trap music, it’s dope. I’m a boom bap dude at heart, but there is something crazy exciting about trap music that I can’t get enough of. I’m not sure if it’s the sub bass, the fast hi-hats, or the ridiculous chants that the artist say over and over, but I’m feeling it.
“When my people from VICE/Noisey told me A$AP Ferg wanted to do an episode I was all the way down. I immediately sat for a couple hours and chopped some samples I got from Chinatown in New York and put the beat together. A couple days later me, Sam and the crew headed uptown to Polo Grounds studio to meet Ferg. He was mad cool. We immediately hit it off and started talking about growing up riding bikes and how the BMX/skate worlds overlap into hip-hop and the music industry.
“It kind of felt like I was talking to one of my friends I grew up skating with and not some mainstream rapper/celebrity dude. He did a couple crazy verses and a hook about riding bikes and then we took off. Ferg and I have a mutual friend Nigel Sylvester—who I know through Animal Bikes—so while I was making the track, I met up with him. We recorded some bikes sounds and then I threw them in the mix. Finally, we checked out Animal Street jam in Newark and got a bunch of dope footage. Shout out to Gabby, Nigel, VICE/Noisey, Ferg and the whole A$AP Mob, Animal Bikes, Ralph Sinisi & everyone that attended the 2014 Animal Street Jam in Newark.”