The dope lord never fails to keep things fresh. Days after Ferg Forever dropped on Black Friday, A$AP Ferg and Cara Delevingne exchanged videos on who had the better dope walk. Today, Ferg uploads his response as the music video for “Dope Walk.” In this fun, creative visual, A$AP Ferg gets on a FaceTime call with Delevingne and shows everyone on Ferg’s side moving their feet. Footage from Ferg’s fashion week bring out HAIM, A$AP Rocky, and Kanye West. Everyone is in this. See if you can spot all the cameos.
NY/NJ resident DJ, DJ SpinKing dropped his project The Connect today, which features a new track from A$AP Ferg. Listen to “Swipe” produced by VERYRVRE below.
A$AP Ferg shows us around his favorite bodega, where he shot “Doe-Active” and A$AP Rocky’s “Peso.”
The bodega is key for any native New Yorker. Chances are you have one that is your go-to, or your favorite, typically right around the corner or down the block from where ever you live– NYC or not.
Before the A$AP Mob boys blew up, they were regular customers at a specific bodega in Harlem (and perhaps they still are regular customers despite being uber famous), on 143rd and Hamilton Place to be exact. We got Ferg to take his to his old stomping grounds, across the street from where the crew shot the video for A$AP Rocky’s break-out single “Peso.” More recently, they mobbed in the aisle of this corner store for Ferg’s “Doe-Active” music video. It was obviously Ferg’s neighborhood, as the rapper was greeted by just about everyone inside and out of the bodega. Taking us inside the store though, Ferg orders his favorite sandwich (honey turkey and cheese) and shows us how he does Snapples– like a true gangsta, he says, “This is how my pops do the Snapples. We usually get the mango joint, grab the Snapple, throw the top away. Never see the top again. Cause we don’t save juice. I never read what’s inside the cap, cause I don’t care.” However, the Arizona Ice Tea’s are definitely worth saving according to Fergie Ferg.
Find out more of Ferg’s bodega essentials in the video above.
A$AP Ferg will be making his return to Australia this year to perform on a number of dates in April and May. Check out his full schedule above and buy tickets here.
Watch the exclusive premiere of A$AP Ferg’s new music video for “Doe-Active” above via MTV.
You may know Marty Baller as A$AP Ferg’s hype man when they’re rocking stages worldwide. But Marty is ready to step into the spotlight. As the first artist off Ferg’s label Trillagain Island Records, Marty Baller premieres his first solo record “Things We Go Through.” Listen and look for more to come.
Go behind the scenes of the “B-Boy” video with A$AP Ferg, Meek Mill & Big Sean above.
araabMUZIK adds his touch to Carnage’s latest track “WDYW.” Check out the remix below.
Out of nowhere we get the long awaited collaboration between Meek Mill, Big Sean and A$AP Ferg, which was hinted at last year. Watch them deliver three monstrous verses in the video above.
When the news of the death of A$AP Yams hit two Sundays ago, the music industry reacted as if a young Puff Daddy had passed. Yams was the Yoda behind A$AP Mob, the world-conquering rap crew that honed its game in Harlem to become the city’s chief squad, no questions asked. In just a few years, they ascended to the top on the backs of two true fiercely talented rappers: A$AP Rocky, the dandyish wordsmith usually bedecked in designer duds off the runway at Pitti Uomo, and A$AP Ferg, his grimier, zanier street brother with an elastic, rubbery voice that’s capable of dizzying feats of flow.
Yams was not a front man figure—he was always working behind the curtain, pulling strings, whispering in ears—but The New York Times, Rolling Stone and Billboard all ran obits, each testifying to his taste and expertise, and insisting he was someone the city should mourn.
So, this past Thursday night, it was a safe bet that A$AP Ferg’s scheduled performance at Manhattan club Up & Down was more public mass than party. Ferg’s Manhattan show was to re-launch DUH, one of the few unhinged, pansexual, gigantic weekly parties that cross the East River from Brooklyn anymore.
Continue reading on New York Observer.
Earlly Mac recruits some familiar faces for the remix to his “Do It Again” cut. Download Mac’s new God Knows EP now via iTunes.