16th Dec2013

(Video) A$AP Ferg’s Tips for Short People

by @Djordje

Inspired by his hit song, ‘Shabba,’ A$AP Ferg sits down with TheBoombox.com editor Georgette Cline to share his tips for short people.

Via TheBoomBox.

16th Dec2013

(Video) A$AP Ferg Interview with Montreality

by @Djordje

In this Interview with Montreality, A$AP Ferg speaks about:

- His ultimate fetish (0:19)
- The type of student he was at school (0:54)
- Jobs he had as a teenager growing up (1:27)
- His 1st big paycheck (1:53)
- Whether or not he enjoys reading (2:15)
- What he would call his book, if he were to write one (2:32)
- What he was in a previous lifetime (2:43)
- His favorite cartoon character (2:56)
- His favorite videogame (3:19)
- The realest shxt he ever wrote (3:31)
- A$AP Mob “L.O.R.D.” EP (4:02)
- PHARRELL being the A$AP Mob’s godfather (4:29)
- DRAKE being his 1st industry co-sign (4:57)
- The way the media portrays DMX (5:45)
- RIHANNA being a “Regular Chick” (6:40)
- Near-death experiences (6:59)
- His message to the youth (8:52)

Via MONTREALITY.

10th Dec2013

(Video) Uncut Dope featuring A$AP Ferg

by @Djordje

Dope Entertainment presents Uncut Dope – a new series documenting the concerts that Dope Entertainment puts on in Florida, as well as interviews and backstage access with the artists. In this second episode starring A$AP Ferg, we catch up with the Trap Lord to discuss his inspirations, his goals, and more, as well as give you a glimpse of what it’s like to experience an A$AP Mob concert. Directed by JMAC for Dope Entertainment.

Via DopeEnt.

08th Dec2013

(Video) Getting Personal with A$AP Ferg

by @Djordje

Getting Personal with A$AP Ferg about his reserves with EDM Trap, A$AP Rocky buying him a pair of sneakers, his favorite scene in “PAID IN FULL,” & more!

Via Four One Ent.

08th Dec2013

(Video) A$AP Ferg Interview with MightyMuzik

by @Djordje

During A$AP Ferg’s TURNT x BURNT tour stop in New Orleans at the Republic he took a few minutes to rap with us on multiple topics. Being under the weather did not stop A$AP from turning up for the jam packed New Orleans crowd and a great event by Winter Circle Productions.

Via MightyMuzik Magazine.

08th Dec2013

(Video) A$AP Mob Interview with Hot 97

by @Djordje

After releasing “Trillmatic” earlier this week, the mob stops by Hot 97 to talk Pro Era, white women, their collab with Method Man, and more. Watch above.

26th Nov2013

A$AP Ferg Q&A with Miami New Times

by @Djordje

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The world got its first taste of Fergenstein on Live. Love. A$AP., the purple-tinged, codeine-soaked 2011 debut mixtape from New York newcomer A$AP Rocky. The tape ushered in Rocky as a breath of fresh air in the hip-hop game and introduced A$AP as not just a young collective of adventurous New York MCs, but a full-blown trilled-out lifestyle brand. On the track “Kissin’ Pink,” A$AP Mob member Ferg infused the tape with one of its most standout moments, a cheeky, Dirty South-flavored, half sung verse that left us wanting more.

Born Darold Ferguson, 25-year-old A$AP Ferg hails from Harlem, where his father used to design and sell his own clothing line to a crew of luminaries like Puff Daddy and Biggie. A hustler and renaissance man in his own right, when the self-proclaimed Hood Pope says his debut album Trap Lord will “change your life,” he means it. While most MCs are hasty to put out a mixtape, Ferg and his crew are adamant about quality over quantity. Make no mistake; Trap Lord is a fully-formed powerhouse. He’s making a name for himself with heavy-hitting anthems like “Work” and “Shabba,” and is currently headlining a U.S. tour in support of this critically acclaimed debut.

Continue reading on Miami New Times.

18th Nov2013

P On The Boards Interview with OC Weekly

by @Djordje

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“I met ASAP Ant when he had his clothing line Marino Goods and I was a huge supporter of it. This kid was making shit that people are stealing designs from right now, and I fucked with it,” P says. “One time Ant told me he wanted to start rapping and I was like ‘I make beats.’ At the time I had a couple placements, and I was kind of becoming a name. He told me he wanted to rap and I supported everything he wanted to do. We did ‘Ridin’ Around Slow,’ Rocky loved it, and it was just like that. We put a seed in the ground and it grew organically.”

Soon after P linked up with ASAP architect ASAP Yams, and landed his standout work with his productions on the ASAP Mob mixtape, such as the massive posse cut “Bath Salt.” “Bath Salt” featured like-minded NYC up-and-comers Flatbush Zombies, and at the track’s core laid the sonorous, schizophrenic production. “That was like the career defining record for me. I was trending on Twitter and all of that,” P says.

Continue reading on OC Weekly.

07th Nov2013

(Video) A$AP Ferg: I’m The Lord of New York

by @DomingoTutu

Since their formation in 2007, the A$AP Mob — a collective of rappers, producers, music video directors and fashion designers — has become one of the most influential groups in the urban sphere.

The A$AP Mob has been on the top of the rap game ever since A$AP Rocky dropped his mixtape and his first album. Now, A$AP Ferg’s music is all over the airways, and is certainly the next big thing in hip hop.

Stephen Edwards had a chance to sit down with Fergenstein at Elite Daily’s headquarters to discuss everything from his album, Trap Lord, to a national tour and who the real “King of New York” is.

[via Elite Daily]

30th Oct2013

(Video) A$AP Ferg Interview with Nicky G of Sways Universe

by @Djordje

The Trap Lord broke bread with Nicky G of Sways Universe to talk about his upcoming Turnt x Burnt Tour. Check it out above.

09th Oct2013

It’s In Tha Voice: Clash Meets A$AP Ferg

by @Djordje

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“A lot of people think I’m not lyrical, but that’s because they aren’t listening to my lyrics.”

Harlem rapper Darold Ferguson Jr, aka A$AP Ferg, is speaking to Clash during a Sunday afternoon promo run supporting the release of his debut album, ‘Trap Lord’ (Clash review).

“They’re just listening to the flow, but if I stopped flowing and spit without all of the shenanigans and decoration then they’d really understand what I’m saying and where I’m coming from with the lyrics.”

The A$AP Mob representative’s intricate flows and melodies make him stand out from the crowd. Listening to his hypnotic lyrical patterns, it’s easy to get caught up in the style, to the extent that the content almost becomes secondary. However, this is no mistake.

Continue reading on Clash Music.

05th Sep2013

A$AP J. Scott Interview with JENESIS Magazine

by @Djordje

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J. Scott damn near does it all. He is the manager of artist Kilo Kish, A$AP mobs tour DJ and he is also the founder of one of the realest and most hilarious sites on the web, Imnotatoy.com. With all this awesome goodness on his plate, you can’t help but wonder how J. Scott handles everything. The answer is simple; working with creative like-minded friends who were there from the start. JENESIS Magazine got a chance to talk with J. Scott about what he’s been up to:

Continue reading on JENESIS Magazine.

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