Check the new single from Earl Swavey featuring YG Addie aka A$AP Ant titled “Get Off.” Find this on Earl’s upcoming mixtape OYN, coming soon.
A$AP Ant delivers a new movie from the Philly blocks on this Monday afternoon (July 28). Featuring newcomer Lil’ Uzi Vert, YG Addie lets us know what happens when an enemy comes around looking for trouble. Crime scene.
“187″ was featured on Ant’s latest mixtape release, Big Payback Vol. 2.
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Young Lord brings the raps on this new track from the Florida Boyz (J. $tash and Bukkweat Bill) titled “Trynga Get Paid.” Listen below.
If your reading this go wish a Happy Birthday to A$AP Lotto. The God invites us to celebrate with him by dropping a new street single: Too Much Money produced by Crystal Gaines. A lot Like Meek Mill’s “Off the Corner”, Too Much Money is a smooth while heavy track great for bumping in a ride or just smoking out. Stay tuned in for more Lotto Capone this summer.
Shot/Edited/Directed : FLEXXX GOD @FLEXXXGOD
Produced by: Zaytoven @zaytovenbeatz
Big Payback Vol. 2 Out Now
Bunji Garlin links up with ASAP Ferg for the “Truck On D Road” remix.
Elle Varner links with her RCA label-mate A$AP Ferg for “Don’t Wanna Dance.” Her 4 Letter Word LP drops this fall.
At first blush, LNDN DRGS’s new music video for “Uza Trikk” looks like your typical, by-the-book rap video—there’s a bunch of homies mobbing, a couple fancy cars, and a few random spottings of Gatorade bottles filled with possibly illegal drank. “Uza Trikk” even has A$AP Yams, the behind-the-scene’s leader and official tastemaker of A$AP Mob, talking shit—the unofficial sign that your video matters in the current rap landscape.
But it is what’s going on behind the music that makes this video really pop: a legion of Bloods flooding a Crips neighborhood in LA, a cameo by the creator of crack cocaine Freeway Rick Ross and, possibly the biggest surprise of all, that Jay Worthy—one-half of LNDN DRGS, leader of the hood, the video’s star and the man who brought all of these things together—happens to be the older step-brother to Grimes, the singer behind such safe and sparkly pop tunes as “Oblivion.”
Jay Worthy is the hood’s LinkedIn.
Along with his production partner Sean House, LNDN DRGS have developed a new West Coast sound beyond the ass-slapping minimalism of fellow West LA natives DJ Mustard and radio-ready rappers like YG. LNDN DRGS is the smooth, cool, calm, and collected counterpart to the hip-hop drum-and-bass-heavy scene, and they’ve brought along fellow up-and-comers Earl Swavey and BG Perico to show their worth. It’s a throwback sound made current with Jay’s very ratchet rhymes. Pour up some bubbly and get familiar. The full album will be here by September.
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HAIM have released a remix of their record “My Song 5″ off their 2013 debut album Days Are Gone. And who do the Cali sister trio link up with on this new version? None other than the Trap Lord himself, A$AP Ferg. The Harlem rapper laces the rock-tinged track with a cold 16, retracing his steps of infidelity in a relationship that has gone sour.
The remix from HAIM comes as a gift for fans as the group celebrates their seventh year of existence today. Check out HAIM and Ferg’s collaboration below, premiered by Zane Lowe on his BBC Radio 1 show. HAIM’s Days Are Gone is available on iTunes.
A$AP Ant and Tootie Ro release a freestyle over Shy Glizzy’s single “Awwsome.” Perks & Lean: The Mixtape dropping this month.
Mass Appeal recruits Young Thug, A$AP Ferg and Gangsta Gibbs for the first track off their forthcoming all-star Mass Appeal Compilation Vol. I. “Old English,” produced by Salva and Nick Hook, is a nothing short of a banger which you need to stream below.
The compilation will include a collection of cuts from artists like Pusha T, Juicy J, Pimp C, YG, Mac Miller, Boldy James, Fashawn, Bishop Nehru and more. Look for it to release on September 2nd. You can support by copping the single on iTunes.