Joey Fatts, who many of you may recognize as the producer of A$AP Rocky’s track “Jodye” on LongLiveA$AP, will be dropping his highly anticipated mixtape Chipper Jones Vol. 3 on August 3rd. He recently revealed the tracklist which includes a track with Rocky himself, titled “Keep It G Pt. 2,” produced by Cardo. Sounds like a dangerous recipe… Stay tuned.
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.
2 Chainz returned to his mixtape roots today by releasing his latest offering for fans titled FreeBase. The tape features this cut by Tity Boi featuring A$AP Rocky and Rick Ross, titled “Crib In My Closet.” You can peep the Metro Boomin & 808 Mafia produced cut below, and download the tape in its entirety via LiveMixtapes.
A$AP Rocky joins Lykke Li for the remix of her song “No Rest For The Wicked.” You can find the original song on her album, I Never Learn, set to drop on May 6th. Support by pre-ordering on iTunes.
Flacko jumps on PeeWee Longway’s street banger “Servin Lean” for the official remix. Take a listen to the track below, which will be available for download on 4/20 at LiveMixtapes. A$AP Mob album coming soon.
A$AP Rocky joins Skrillex during his Coachella set to perform their collabo “Wild For the Night.” Jump to the 24:15 mark above and check it out.
A$AP Rocky soundtracks Luke Monaghan’s portrait of a lowriding former drug lord.
“I was intrigued by a man who had spent all of his drug money on his art: lowriding,” says British director Luke Monaghan of the towering Fredrick James Staves, the reformed 1980s Los Angeles drug kingpin and customized car aficionado, also known as Baby Gangster. “He’s had some of the most legendary cars and also ran cocaine import and export in Compton. Interesting bloke.” Opening with a swaggering score from the filmmaker’s close collaborator A$AP Rocky, Monaghan’s monochromatic film gets up close and personal with the original member of the Compton Crips in his own neighborhood. “We hung out at his garage and watched movies a lot,” says Monaghan. “I didn’t want the fact that I liked him as a person to jade the view of the film. I wanted it to be impartial and let you make up your mind on a guy who has done a lot of bad things in his life… and some positive.”
TALES FROM THE SET
I have an ongoing project with A$AP Rocky, and we rode a little wave that day in a dark room in LA, coming out of it with music for my short. [London producer] Tev’n provided the other two pieces of music. We worked on the music from scratch, which was a new experience for me coming from music videos.
The ‘meet up’
We were following around G (Fredrick Staves) looking for a venue for their ‘meet up’ where they all show off their cars and make bets on which can hop the highest and drive fastest. The police busted a few of the locations, it was a cat-and-mouse thing.
We shot all over Compton and Inglewood. The pizza place at the end of the film is a legendary little establishment on East Rosecrans, and the car meeting and a lot of the scenes with G are all at his garage where they repair and customize cars.
Watch DAT PMF heat things up in LOLAWOLF’s new video for “Jimmy Franco” above.
A$AP Rocky is the latest artist to be featured in the ‘Art Film’ series documenting this year’s festivities at The ILLMORE during SXSW. When Rocky and the A$AP Mob hit the stage, it really became a party and they were clearly present that evening to have a good time and connect with those in attendance. MikeWillMadeIt even pops up. Watch it all unfold in this Uzi directed visual above.
A$AP Rocky and A$AP Ferg hardly ever appear on stages without the entire A$AP Mob, and the same held true for this year’s SXSW festival, and VIBE was in the building. Taking to the stage at the Mass Appeal x GrooveShark #SXSWTakeOver, the whole gang was there as they ran through a super-amped rendition of “Shabba Ranks.”
Via VIBE Magazine.