A$AP Nast recently took the stage in Brooklyn at Beerly Sober @ Paperbox to perform some recent Mob singles, including “Trillmatic,” “Hella Hoes,” and more. Peep the footage above.
Following the release of “Trillmatic” and “Xscape,” the Mob delivers yet another single off their forthcoming album L.O.R.D. with “Hella Hoes.” Listen to A$AP Rocky, A$AP Ferg, A$AP Nast and A$AP Twelvyy go over the Nyrell-produced single below. Shouts to Funkmaster Flex and Hot 97 for the premiere.
A$AP Ferg and A$AP Nast spoke to Converse for Converse Gigs before their London show to break down their live performances and the direction that hip hop is going. Take a look above.
The Trap Lord and A$AP Nast sat down with HipHopDX to talk about the L.O.R.D. delay, how the Golden Era of Hip Hop influenced their sound and bridging the gap between the hood and hippies. Check it out above.
Nasty Baby and Good Goon have been nominated for 2014 XXL Freshmen class. For them to appear on the cover, we’ll need help from your votes. Head over to XXL to see all the nominees.
Young Chris bears the cold weather and decides to jump on A$AP Nast’s “Trillmatic” instrumental, produced by A$AP Ty Beats. Check out Chris’ freestyle above and click here to peep the original. Directed by Quo Films.
A$AP Rocky, A$AP Ferg and A$AP Nast hit the stage to perform their biggest hits of 2013 on BET’s 106 & Party.
How did A$AP Ferg and A$AP Nast turn up on Christmas morning in their childhood? What was Ferg’s favorite gifts and which gifts pissed Nast off?
Creativity is a strange thing. It comes in all shapes and sizes and people work with it in different ways, some people feel more comfortable on their own, others as part of a group. A$AP Mob have taken this one step further and created a hip-hop collective, which not only features talented rappers such as A$AP Rocky and A$AP Ferg, but fashion designers, video directors and producers. This gives them what any respectful artist craves, the freedom to do whatever the hell they want.
With this in mind, new single Trillmatic shows A$AP Mob revisiting the 90s with an all out throwback track transporting you to a time when hip-hop was taking a firm grasp on the world, reminding the listener what a golden age it was for the genre.
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