You saw the stream, now get an in-crowd experience of A$AP Ferg’s set at Coachella weekend 1. All visuals filmed by GoPro. Shot & edited by Andre Thompson, Cole Wallace, and Payton Arriaga.
Can you remember your first time at Coachella? The dudes of A$AP Mob — A$AP Ferg, Marty Baller, and A$AP Tarz to be exact — are currently making their festival debut, and it’s sounding like the show will be pretty epic. Here’s a quick style talk we had with them at the Fuse/VEVO House at Coachella about what they’re flossin’ with on stage.
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We’re currently taking in the great weather and events going down during weekend 1 of Coachella. The latest familiar face to swing through the Fuse/Vevo House At Coachella is none other than the Trap Lord himself, ASAP Ferg. Our Editor-in-Chief Brad Clarke and Ferg stepped out of the heat for a bit to talk about his upcoming tour with M.I.A, being a fan of DMX, and why the world of BMX (currently being dominated by his homie Nigel Sylvester) is more common to him than you know.
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Harlem’s A$AP Ferg is the hood pope with a strong ‘Work’ ethic. Late last year, the NYC-born-and-bred rapper released his highly shab-shabba-ranked debut Trap Lord. A title that translates to mean divine hustling skills, it’s without surprise to learn Ferg grew up around an influential 90s hip-hop set – his dad designed the logo for Bad Boy Records and can count Teddy Riley and Puff Daddy as childhood acquaintances. Last in Australia with fashion killa counterpart A$AP Rocky, the A$AP Mob member, with his own app and clothing line – is back for a second solo visit.
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Fuse’s Esteban Serrano sat down with A$AP Ferg at Coachella this weekend to discuss the future and things got a little philosophical.
A$AP Ferg and A$AP Nast spoke to Converse for Converse Gigs before their London show to break down their live performances and the direction that hip hop is going. Take a look above.
The other night fans were able to stream A$AP Ferg’s full Coachella performance via their YouTube channel. You can now check out the full set above in case you missed out. Ferg will be hitting the stage again on April 18th for the second weekend of Coachella.
A$AP Ferg continues his onslaught of freestyle cuts. This time Trap Lord jumps on Future’s single “Move That Dope” and aptly titles his rendition “Dope Lord.” Listen to the track below and catch Ferg during tour season.
The Mad Decent Block Party line-up for 2014 has officially been announced and among the performers this year is the one and only Trap Lord. Unfortunately, Ferg is currently scheduled to only appear at the New Orleans date. Check the full line-up above and click here for all the dates.
Darold Ferguson, Jr. (you may know him as A$AP Ferg) is one of those guys who seems at home wherever he is. He’s only been in Australia for half a day but by the time we meet he’s been on a mini-tour of the city and released a new freestyle: ode to Trinidad ‘Petit Valley’. (On his busy release schedule: “I release music while I’m shitting.”) On the way back to his hotel room, he snatches a bottle of hand lotion from the room service cart parked outside and moisturises before our interview. As we chat, he reclines in his seat, sometimes smiling broadly (and baring a resplendent grill). He is upbeat and present and it all stands in contrast with the moody, chiaroscuro cover art for his debut full-length Trap Lord.
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