A$AP Illz drops a new loosie by Playboi Carti. Look for Carti’s new album to drop soon. Until then you can listen to this new Dolan Beats-produced cut below.
After performing it live at this years Yams Day, A$AP Rocky and A$AP Nast’s remix to Madeintyo’s banger “I Want” finally gets unearthed. Listen to the leak below.
Alicia Keys shares the video for her collaboration with A$AP Rocky, “Blended Family.” Watch above.
Datpiff comes through with the world premiere of Marty Baller’s new mixtape Marty G Raw. Check it out below.
Harlem rapper Marty Baller has been stepping out on his own over the past year or so. Stepping up his role in A$AP Mob, his impressive 2015 single “Things We Go Through” caused a buzz before tracks like “Roll The Bud Up” and the A$AP Ferg-featuring “Big Timers” dropped this year.
With his debut mixtape, MartyGraW, dropping this Friday, November 11, he’s preparing to take another step into the spotlight. “I’m a Dog,” premiering on Noisey today and produced by lordxprynce, is a boisterous trap track with A$AP Ferg and Migos both guesting and making as many dog-related puns as possible.
Listen to the track below and keep an eye out for MartyGraW. It’ll drop on DatPiff on Friday.
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On the eve of election day, A$AP TyY premieres his new track “Trump” via Complex with some off the cuff bars encompassing his thoughts on the whole thing.
Take a listen and make sure your voice is heard tomorrow by voting.
Halloween is different in New York City. Instead of going from house to house, kids go bodega to bodega to get candy. But that doesn’t make the experience any less memorable. Growing up in Harlem, rapper A$AP Ferg still fondly recalls getting dressed up and having parties in his apartment building. The fact that his birthday falls close to Halloween only added to the festive spirit.
This year, Ferg’s Halloween will be a little bit different. He’ll be in the house at the Kenzo Digital x Bacardi Nocturnal Awakening on Saturday, which is basically like the craziest haunted house you can imagine except that celebrities will also be having the shit scared out of them. Ferg and the rest of the A$AP Mob will also be dropping another treat on Halloween: the new mixtape Cozy Boys Vol 1.
With such a strong tie to the holiday, it was a good time to catch up with Ferg to talk about what Halloween was like growing up, his costume for this year, and where the A$AP Mob style comes from.
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In addition to “Telephone Calls,” the Mob unleashes “Runner” featuring YG Addie and Lil Uzi. Listen above.
Flacko, Carti, Tyler and Gleesh connect on “Telephone Calls.” Cozy Tapes Vol. 1 arrives October 31st.
Back for WAVY WEDNESDAY, A$AP TyY drops some of his cleanest visuals to date with his official video for “LOOSE CHANGE”.
A$AP Rocky announced to the world via tweet (and crying Benedict Cumberbatch GIF) last weekend that “Cozy Tapes Vol. 1” was finished.
“Cozy Tapes” has been a labor of love and devotion for Rocky. The project, which features multiple A$AP Mob members, was initiated by close friend A$AP Yams, who died suddenly in early 2015. While there’s no release date yet for “Cozy Tapes,” we’re one step closer today with the release of the film “Money Man,” which includes two tracks from the album.
The intense 12-minute short film was directed by AWGE, A$AP Rocky’s creative collective, and tells the tragic story of Rina, a character trapped in a world of crime and misfortune. It is soundtracked by the song “Money Man” featuring A$AP Nast and a second song featuring Skepta. Both songs were recorded at Red Bull Studios London.
The film — shot over three days in northwest London — also features A$AP Nast and Skepta. Also making an appearance is Said Taghmaoui, the screenwriter and actor, who starred in the groundbreaking 1995 French film “La Haine,” upon which the “Money Man” film takes its inspiration, and the acclaimed David O. Russell movie “Three Kings.”
Last month, A$AP Rocky dropped the track “Crazy Brazy” — featuring A$AP Rocky, the Atlanta rapper Key! and A$AP Twelvvy — which is also on “Cozy Tapes.” In an interview with MTV, Rocky called the album “an introduction to a new cozy way. It’s really rap-punk meets alternative underground.”
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