12th Aug2018

(Video) A$AP Twelvyy Interview with THE MAG

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A$AP Twelvyy chops it up with THE MAG while in Prague for Hip Hop Žije Festival.

05th Aug2018

(Video) Playboi Carti Interview with The LA Leakers

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Playboi Carti talks about modeling for Virgil Abloh, his relationship with Nicki Minaj, and Chief Keef’s influence. Watch above.

05th Aug2018

(Video) Playboi Carti Interview with The Cruz Show

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Playboi Carti stops by The Cruz Show to talk unreleased Frank Ocean songs, Die Lit and clubbing with his pops.

05th Aug2018

(Video) A$AP Ant Shows Under Armour Basketball Around Baltimore

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Along with giving insight into his cutthroat approach to the music industry, — which was bred through his experiences being born in Baltimore — A$AP Ant stops by to talk about the best value meal in Baltimore.

Via Under Armour Basketball.

31st Jul2018

(Video) Playboi Carti Interview with Bootleg Kev

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Playboi Carti sits down with Bootleg Kev and shares about his relationship with A$AP Rocky, his music with Lil Uzi, fashion, touring, being a fan of Lil Wayne, his family supporting him as an artist, and more.

16th Jun2018

A$AP Ferg On Breaking Down Boundaries As Tiffany & Co’s Brand Ambassador

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y first memory of Tiffany & Co. is walking past the Fifth Avenue store on the way home from school. I’d always look in the window and see the sparkly diamonds,” A$AP Ferg tells Vogue. “I never had the guts to actually go in, ’cause I knew that I couldn’t afford anything from there.”

What a difference a decade or two makes. Ferg, a founding member of Harlem’s A$AP (Always Strive and Prosper) Mob, whose real name is Darold D Brown Ferguson, is a fully-fledged Tiffany & Co. brand ambassador, and, rather fittingly, the face of its “Believe in Dreams” campaign.

“It’s not impossible to dream of working with a huge brand like Tiffany & Co.,” Ferg shares of his ambition to collaborate with the house, which was born while studying at the Manhattan High School of Art and Design and making his own jewellery. “And I’m actually the first rapper to work with Tiffany, so I feel like I’m breaking down barriers and bridging the gap between my culture and the brand’s culture.”

Continue reading on Vogue.

16th Jun2018

A$AP Ferg Interview on Whoolywood Shuffle

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A$AP Ferg is the latest guest on the ‘Whoolywood Shuffle’ podcast, in which he shares his thoughts on Kendrick Lamar and J. Cole’s music. Actor Jason Mitchell also shows up to discuss his role in the new film, ‘Superfly.’

Via XXL.

08th Jun2018

(Video) A$AP Ant Interview with Mass Appeal

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“My pops used to call me Ant Man when I was young,” recalls YG Addie aka A$AP Ant, who reps A$AP Mob from way down in Baltimore. Addie, whose dropped ‘The Prelude’ mixtape earlier this year, first distinguished himself via a crazy verse on the posse cut “Bath Salts” alongside Flatbush Zombies and A$AP Rocky. “Everybody said it was wack, to me it was before its time,” he said during a recent visit to MASS APPEAL HQ. “Maybe it wasn’t time for me to rap a verse back then.” Find out how his friendship with Yams helped him to get down with the A$AP Mob way back in the Stash House days, get his passport and travel the world via hip hop. Check out the latest episode of Open Space right now.

Via Mass Appeal.

08th Jun2018

A$AP Rocky Interview with Julie Adenuga on Beats1

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Julie Andenuga of Beats1 spoke to A$AP Rocky on the phone from Paris about his new album TESTING. Listen below.

03rd Jun2018

(Video) JUICE APPEAL: A$AP Ferg Stops by Juices For Life with Styles P. & Adjua Styles

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Get your mind and body right for the summer with the first episode of Juice Appeal. Join husband-and-wife team Styles P and Adjua Styles as they welcome A$AP Ferg to Juices For Life in the Bronx. Sitting at the counter, Fergentstein shows that he has wisdom well beyond his years. He talks about learning to make legit dollars from his father, the appeal of Shabba Ranks, and the whole A$AP Mob movement. Ferg also reveals how it was a chance encounter with Styles when he was a teenager that helped inspire him to keep rapping. F*ck your food desert.

Via Mass Appeal.

22nd May2018

A$AP Rocky’s Complex May 2018 Cover Story

by @Djordje

“Have you ever cheated on your boyfriend?”

“No.”

“Don’t lie.”

A$AP Rocky and I are in a studio in Brooklyn for a cover shoot and interview, and he’s running the show. So far, he’s asked me when I bought my white, hoof-like Martin Margiela boots, what brands my black jeans and leather jacket are, whether or not I have a boyfriend, and how long I’ve been with said boyfriend. But there’s more he’d like to know.

“So, listen. Hold on, let me check,” he says. Committed to playing the role of interviewer, he looks down at the white notecards he borrowed from me and pretends to examine his next question. “You got any kids?”

“No.”

“Oh, yeah. We gotta mark that one off.” He pretends to draw an “X” with his fingers on the notecard. “Do you want any kids?”

“Yeah. One, maybe two. Do you want kids?”

“I do,” he says.

“Boy or girl?”

“Sometimes I say girl, sometimes I say boy. It depends. I’ll take whatever.”

“How many?”

“One or two. Maybe not right now, but eventually.”

“Too soon?”

“Nah, it’s not too soon for me.”

Rocky is extremely charming—magnetic personality, a perfectly chiseled jawline that hugs a perfect smile—when he wants to be. And right now, he’s in a playful and jovial mood. “I’m having fun by the way,” he says.

It’s a stark departure from just minutes ago. Earlier in our conversation, the 29-year-old Harlem rapper was avoiding my questions, telling me to never ask a few again. At one point, when I asked what happened to the luxury fur line he once said he’d been developing, he asked if I was “working with the feds.”

“Why are you trying to get me in trouble so much, bro?” he said. “Do you have actually have a vendetta against me? Why are you asking me about fur in 2018 knowing them PETA motherfuckers are gonna come looking for me, knowing I been killing my Instagram with furs the past couple months?”

It’s hard to tell if he was bored, tired, irritated, or high off the blunts he’d been hitting. Maybe it was a combination of everything. In any event, Rocky turns the charm on and off at will, and it’s impossible to tell when each version of Rocky will emerge. He doesn’t seem to care what I think, an interesting tactic for a rapper with more to sell than ever.

Continue reading on Complex.

12th Apr2018

(Video) A$AP Rocky Joins Peter Rosenberg for Debut Episode of Open Late

by @Djordje

On the premiere of Open Late with Peter Rosenberg, Peter sits down with A$AP Rocky to talk his upcoming album, his relationship with Kanye and more. Watch above.

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