British singer Jessie Ware recently released her remix for “Wildest Moments,” which features some assistance from A$AP Rocky. The collaboration is included on the North American release of of her debut album, Devotion, set to drop on April 16th.
A$AP Rocky came in and talked about what it’s like being a rapper these days. How his views on Fashion and Equality have changed his career and what it’s like living in Harlem.
To everyone hating on his long shirt, A$AP tells them ….”I don’t give a f*ck with what ya’ll n*ggas say, you all can s*ck my dick”.
Thisis50 & Young Jack Thriller recently spoke with A$AP Rocky for an exclusive interview!
He talks about touching Rihanna’s booty but did he hit it?
A$AP also talks about having one of the biggest songs last year with “F*ckin’ Problems” featuring Drake, 2 Chainz and Kendrick Lamar. He also talks about his debut album “Long Live A$AP”, wearing a long shirt and ScHoolboy Q invades the interview and says he would f*ck the sh*t out of Jack’s girl!
Yesterday A$AP Rocky premiered the “Wild For The Night” video on 106 and Park. Though he could not be there physically he FaceTimed via his tour bus and chatted with Bow Wow on the video, tour life, and fashion. Just in case you missed it check out the video above.
While in LA before he started the Diamonds Tour with Rihanna sat down for an interview with “On Air” producer Nelson Aguirre. He talks about the Wild For The Night Video, wanting to work with Adele, his new album, fashion, and dating.
While out in the Dominican Republic, A$AP Rocky linked with Skrillex and Birdy Nam Nam to shoot the visuals for “Wild For The Night.” Check out the official music video above and pick up your copy of Long.Live.A$AP, in stores now. Directed by Chris Robinson and A$AP Rocky.
Remember when hip-hop was all about guys rapping about their sneakers? It still is—at least on one level—in the world of A$AP Rocky, although the sneakers in question are more likely to be laceless Margielas. Of course, Rocky’s music encompasses much more than that, but it’s his intuitively reverent irreverence—toward hip-hop, toward fashion, toward most things that operate in an orthodox or circumscribed way—that has fueled his swift and sudden rise from fashion-obsessed mixtape hustler to idiosyncratic pop star. Within the last 18 months, he has signed a record deal worth a reported $3 million and recorded and released his proper debut, Long.Live.A$AP (Polo Grounds), which reached the top of the Billboard charts when it was released in January. He has also toured with Drake and Kendrick Lamar, co-directed a handful of his own videos, collaborated with Raf Simons, and was a near-ubiquitous presence at Fashion Week in New York City in February, even walking in a show for street label Hood by Air.
Continue reading on Interview Magazine.
It’s no secret that Drake and A$AP Rocky have a great friendship. In 2011 Drake introduced him during Fashion’s Night Out, last year he was one of the openers for the Club Paradise tour, and this year they have a platinum song together. While in Philadelphia for the Diamonds World Tour, Rocky did an interview with Hot 107.9 where he talked about how Drake put him on.
In his interview with Q Deezy, A$AP Rocky describes his first conversation with Drake and talks about how he put him on back when he was a “nobody”. He talks more about the story of Drake giving him money for the club, and also says that “he’s good people.” We couldn’t agree more Rocky! It’s always nice to see artists genuinely respecting one another.
A$AP Rocky is bringing his Harlem swag to the Great White North. The rapper took a break from touring on the Diamonds World Tour, alongside Rihanna, to shoot the video for his collaboration with P. Reign, “We Them Ni–as,” yesterday (March 20).
“The direction of the video is to take the lifestyles of Canada and New York and interpret it on camera,” A$AP Rocky tells Billboard of the Footage and Chubbs-directed pan-regional visual while on set at Toronto’s Silverline Studios. “It’s just easy to work with mother fuckers who know you creatively and believe in your shit. That’s why this shit just goes together perfectly, because mother fuckers ain’t afraid to take risks,” A$AP said of the collaboration with the Toronto rapper. Being the consummate sartorialist that he’s known to be, A$AP joked about bringing his high-fashion eye to the set. “We got this ni–a trying on Balmain and all that,” he laughed.
Continue reading on Billboard.
A$AP Rocky photographed by Francesco Carrozzini for L’Uomo Vogue March 2013 issue.
While in Buffalo, New York for the Diamonds World Tour, A$AP Rocky, A$AP Twelvy, and A$AP Ferg stop by 93.7 WBLK. Check out the rest of the interview below.
“Gangster,” the latest track off Yelawolf’s free album Trunk Muzik, set to be released March 14, features A$AP Rocky and Big Henry. Check out the track and go get Yelawolf’s project when it drops.