A$AP Mob have announced the 2nd Annual Yams Day taking place in NYC on January 18th, 2017. Check out the stacked line-up above, featuring the Mob, Flatbush Zombies, Lil Uzi Vert, Danny Brown, Joey Bada$$ and more.Tickets are available now.
Governor’s Ball has unveiled their loaded 2017 line-up. Among the acts slated to perform this year are A$AP Ferg, Chance The Rapper, Childish Gambino, Wiz Khalifa, YG and more. Check out the full lineup above, and be sure to grab your tickets now.
The A$AP Yams Book of Gems is available now exclusively at TrapLord.com.
All proceeds will be donated to the development of the ASAP Foundation.
A$AP Ant has just announced his first solo tour for the UK and Europe. Check out the dates about to see if he’s coming to a city near you in 2017.
2016 can be marked as the year that ASAP Rocky completed his ascension from streetwear star to bona fide high fashion habitué. With the help of consistently killer front row style—see his Gucci Resort 2017 look—and his appointment as the new face of Dior Homme, Rocky became the “Fashion Killa” that he rapped about years ago. What’s been truly great about Rocky’s rise is a few things that have remained true; he hasn’t turned his back on any of the hallmarks that made him him. Rocky is still very Harlem jiggy, as evidenced by the floor-length mink he rocked at the Yeezy Season Three presentation. With his nostalgic Guess Jeans collaboration, he’s shown that he hasn’t forgotten the great streetwear brands of his youth. And no one can rock a classic ’90s style moment quite like him: white t-shirt tucked into light blue jeans, casually cinched with a belt, and topped with a black sport coat. Rocky is the rarest of style dudes; a man who can naturally embody the past and present with the ease of a furry Gucci mule. —Deidre Dyer
See the rest of the list on Complex.
PLACES+FACES is back with a new episode, this time featuring an exclusive performance from A$AP Rocky, A$AP Twelvyy and A$AP Ant in Miami at this years Art Basel. Check it out above.
On the newest episode of GGN, Rocky and Snoop talk about music, fashion, the eras they most closely identify with, how beef gets blown out of proportion, being ridiculously high, and more. Get a taste of the tastemakers’ convo above and watch the full interview on Apple Music.
A$AP Bari of A$AP Mob kicked off the VLONE pop-up at Art Basel Miami recently. At the pop-up, fans can expect a collection of limited pieces to be available including painted denim, signature VLONE “V”-branded items alongside Nike, as well as capsule drops in conjunction with No Vacancy Inn, OFF-WHITE and Marino Infantry. The label is also offering a chance to buy the rare VLONE x Nike Air Force 1s via an in-store raffle. With retail prices ranging from $175 to $250 USD, the Miami pop-up is set to run from December 1 to December 4. Check out what went down on day one of the VLONE Art Basel Miami pop-up.
Hangout Music Festival unveiled their official 2017 lineup today. Frank Ocean, Chance The Rapper, A$AP Ferg, and Lil Yachty are among those slated to perform on next years bill. It all goes down May 19th through the 21st in Gulf Shores, Alabama. View the full lineup above and head over to their website for ticket info.
Watch as the A$AP Mob’s own A$AP TyY brings the bikes out while shooting for the “SET MAGAZINE” in New York City.
In episode 2 of the Turnt and Burnt tour vlog we see Ferg put in work, doing three sets at Tyler the Creator’s Camp Flog Gnaw festival and more. Watch above.