14th Jan2016

(Video) A$AP Rocky Interview with Ebro In The Morning

by @Djordje

A$AP Rocky drops by Ebro in the Morning and talks Yams Day, Forbes, Mom, Travis Scott, album and more!

Via Hot97.

17th Dec2015

(Video) A$AP Ferg Interview on Ebro In The Morning

by @Djordje

A$AP Ferg talks to the Ebro In The Morning crew about his struggles after losing A$AP Yams, his new album, what frustrates him most in music, and more.

14th Dec2015

A$AP Ferg Interview with MAXIM

by @Djordje

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Of the whole A$AP Mob, the Harlem-based hip-hop and fashion collective, A$AP Ferg is known as the most personable one. Funny and gracious in interviews, Ferg is someone you want to root for. Since the death of his good friend A$AP Yams last year, the 27-year-old rapper has spent much of the past few months working on projects that illustrate his wide-ranging interests  outside of hip-hop. — from painting, to designing shoes,  to creating rugs. Yes, rugs.  This past Monday, Ferg unveiled his new Traplord rug at an event thrown by Fancy.  He also released a new song, “Tatted Angel,” earlier this week, which discusses his feelings about the death of his good friend Yams.

Before his performance on Monday night, Ferg sat down with Maxim to discuss his new album (coming out in 2016), maturing as an artist, and painting with Swizz Beatz.

Continue reading on MAXIM.

08th Dec2015

(Video) A$AP Ferg Talks to VIBE at Art Basel 2015

by @Djordje

VIBE caught up with A$AP Ferg at Art Basel 2015 in Miami to talk about his new adidas Skateboarding collaboration and more.

08th Dec2015

Tyler Grosso Interview on No Jumper

by @Djordje

Tyler Grosso is that little emo kid in the corner at the party who gets more girls than pretty much everyone without even trying. He’s also a member of the infamous A$AP Mob and the founder of his own brand, Superrradical. He’s also probably one of the last people you would ever expected to do a podcast but I put in a few calls and made it happen. I got Tyler to tell me his entire story including some never before heard details about bootlegging Odd Future merch, being homeless, getting temporarily kicked out of A$AP and why he hates Travis Scott. All in all a great interview even though the video cut out towards the end.

00:30 Growing up
04:00 Making fake Odd Future merch
10:00 Drugs
13:40 Meeting Yams
22:00 Sleeping on the floor
25:00 Asking people to wear your shirts
26:50 RIP Yams
34:00 Super Radical
39:00 Moving to California
41:00 Pouya
42:00 Bones
45:00 Girls
51:00 Skepta
54:00 #sadboy
57:00 Ass Pizza checks in
59:30 The Players Club
1:02:00 Getting kicked out of A$AP temporarily
1:05:00 Raider Klan beef
1:07:30 Why he hates Travis Scott
1:10:30 Kanye

Via TheComeUp.

25th Nov2015

(Video) A$AP Rocky Talks To DJ Semtex at BBC’s Maida Vale Studios

by @Djordje

A$AP Rocky joins Semtex at Maida Vale to talk about making his newest album and the different direction he’s taken to his first release. “With the first one it was just really all about singles,” says Rocky. “I’m a mainstream household figure at this point,” he explains as his reason for the change in direction.

He also explains how he’s designing his own live shows and discusses which Grime artists could crack the American market…

Via BBC.

25th Nov2015

(Video) A$AP Ferg on His adidas Collection, New Album & Working With Future

by @Djordje

ASAP Ferg tells MTV News’ Nadeska Alexis about his new adidas Skateboarding collection inspired by A$AP Yams, working with Future and his sophomore album Always Strive And Prosper.

0:00 – The vibe of Ferg’s forthcoming Always Strive And Prosper

1:07 – Ferg’s beginnings as a clothing designer

1:27 – The inspiration behind Ferg’s new Traplord x adidas adi-Ease collaboration

2:33 – On his background as a visual artist and his new A$AP Yams-inspired painting

3:49 – Ferg remembers his friend Yams

5:06 – Rocky’s Cozy Tapes and the current state of A$AP Mob since Yams’ passing

6:38 – On moving beyond the world of hip hop into other genres and artistic disciplines

8:03 – Always Strive And Prosper album details, with production by Pharrell, 40 and many more

9:53 – How DJ Khalil brought together the sounds of so many different producers to form a cohesive album

10:55 – On directing the video for Future’s “Thought It Was A Drought” at Spike Lee’s house

11:33 – Album release plan and next single called “New Levels” feat. Future

Via MTV News.

20th Oct2015

A$AP Rocky Interview with Noisey Australia

by @Djordje

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It’s been a year of extremes for A$AP Rocky, or Pretty Flacko, the name he tells me he prefers when we are introduced. The Sundance premiere of Dope, in which the Harlem rapper made his acting debut, came just six days after the tragic loss of his friend and A$AP worldwide co-creator, A$AP Yams.

Yams’s (born Steven Rodriguez) print is all over Rocky’s latest album At.Long.Last.A$AP or A.L.L.A. He co-executive produced the album, and Rocky pays full tribute to his co-conspirator on the album cover by rocking Yams’s distinctive purple birthmark.

A.L.L.A is an impressive record. A considered chronicle of an artist transitioning from a young man filled with ambition, bravado and game to one who has truly lived and wishes to speak honestly. It also sees Rocky flex a more dexterous flow with a confidence that has him go toe-to-toe with Yeezy, Weezy, Juicy J, Future, Schoolboy Q, and, of course, Rod Stewart.

On the phone Rocky is warm, gracious and playful, constantly acknowledging and praising others. He explains that he wants to make the rawest music possible for his rawest fans and that he’s excited for next year’s Australia tour, presented by Noisey.

Continue reading on Noisey.

16th Sep2015

A$AP Rocky Interview with Time Out New York

by @Djordje

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A$AP Rocky is late. Two hours late, to be exact. Then, out of nowhere, he rolls up (literally) to our cover shoot on an electronic skateboard, which he uses to travel from the door of his Escalade to the studio floor, approximately 30 feet away. “I’m just a big kid,” he shrugs, exposing a full-on golden smile—made of real gold—beneath his Céline shades. As with any kid, it’s hard to stay mad at him. But he’s not really a kid. He’s a 26-year-old Harlem-bred rapper who’s headlining the Theater at Madison Square Garden September 22 with fellow headline-making MCs Tyler, the Creator—who was recently banned from entering the U.K.—Vince Staples and Danny Brown. The event tops off a huge four years, during which Rocky’s ascended from releasing a mixtape (2011’s online freebie Live.Love.A$AP) to signing a $3 million deal with Sony, dropping two No. 1 albums and collaborating with Skrillex, Lana Del Rey, Kanye West and, most recently, Rod Stewart on At.Long.Last.A$AP. (The record’s acronym, by the way, is a reference to Allah.) During our candid chat—which is all conducted while Rocky rides his skateboard—the stylish MC touches on everything from political hip-hop to why God created weed.

Continue reading on Time Out New York.

19th Aug2015

(Video) A$AP Ferg Interview with MUCH

by @Djordje

Earlier this year, rapper A$AP Ferg released a video for his Ferg Forever cut, Dope Walk. The series of clips shows A$AP Ferg teaching everyone how to do a move called the Dope Walk featuring cameos by Cara Delevingne, Haim, Kanye West, Rihanna and Beyoncé.

Our very own Tyrone “T-Rex” Edwards caught up with the rapper at this year’s Full Flex Express tour to talk about music, fashion and he even asked for a quick demonstration of the Dope Walk. Ferg describes this viral dance move as, “basically, you Harlem Shake and then you go into a lull.” Tyrone perfected it immediately, take a look at the full interview below and see if you can do the Dope Walk as well!

Via MUCH.

20th Jul2015

A$AP Rocky Interview with Esquire

by @Djordje

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The only thing that’s exquisite about my taste is my fashion sense. Other than that I’m a piece of shit.

I don’t get enough time to watch porn but I have orgies, like, every other night. It usually goes down with chicks in my room and once they’re done with me they want to go and get with some of my mates. Are they in my room, too? No. That would be strange. OK, I did say orgies. I should have said threesomes or foursomes but they do give my friends some so how do you include that? How do I manifest that into the combo? The most I’ve managed is five girls and me. A sixsome!

Expect the worst but pray for the best.

I sold drugs I’m not proud of when I was 15. As I got older, I was known for selling marijuana. I don’t recommend heroin, crack, meth, Xanax, OxyContin or opium. Did I ever try crack? Hell no! Crack is like something out of The Lord of the Rings. Once you fuck with the Ring, it sticks with you.

Continue reading on Esquire.

14th Jul2015

A$AP P On The Boards Interview with Viper Magazine

by @Djordje

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Firstly, briefly introduce yourself.
My name is A$AP P on the Boards. I was born in New York but have been back and forth between the city and Miami almost forever. As far as my style goes, it’s however I’m feeling at that moment – I wish I had a single word for it but there could be days I’m dark, happy, or just based and I’m letting my mind pour the thoughts out into the Universe.

Continue reading on Viper Magazine.

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