According to rapper A$AP Ferg, “it’s the old people that keep on holding on to” racism.
A$AP Ferg loves to party. He can do it anywhere. Case in point: his new video for “Doe-Active,” which finds the A$AP point man turning up throughout a variety of locations.
The holiday mixtape includes a slew of guest stars, including one rapper who’s not very happy with how his feature was handled.
If you thought walk-offs were something that only happened in Zoolander, well, you’re wrong. You are wonderfully, amazingly wrong.
Ferg’s last album Trap Lord is still in stores right now.
Haim bring the drama in their latest video with a little help from Kesha, Grimes, Big Sean, Vampire Weekend’s Ezra Koenig, producer Ariel Rechtshaid and Saturday Night Live star (and Sound Advice giver) Vanessa Bayer.
“I mean, it’s kind of weird at the same time when I think about the idea of it. Just to know that somebody cares about your music or your art enough to want to camp out for days? That’s sick, like that’s dope as f–k. Sick in a good way.”
After her appearance at Ultra Music Festival this Friday, the tour will kick off in Pennsylvania on April 25 and run through July.
The Roots are bringing out all their friends for their 7th annual Roots Picnic.
Drake only released his new track “Trophies” a few weeks ago, but A$AP Ferg has already put his own spin on Drizzy’s single, dedicating it to his dear ol’ mom.
In A$AP Ferg’s new video for “Hood Pope” the Harlem born rapper rides through the streets in a big black Jeep drinking a 40 like he’s king of the city.
This year, everyone and their mother was singing along to Lorde’s anti-consumerist anthem “Royals,” but the New Zealand teen wasn’t the only new kid on the block who got us excited.
The track will be found on Busta Rhymes and Q-Tip’s newly announced mixtape, The Abstract and the Dragon, which will hit the internet December 12.
The Canadian rapper might not have the emcee skills of say, Kendrick Lamar or the artistic vision of Kanye West, but for what he lacks in those departments he more than makes up for in showmanship.
Thanks to his father, ASAP Ferg was given a head start into the music industry and is now impressing everyone, including those back in his hometown, with his debut album.
Performing “Shabba,” a track off his debut album Trap Lord released in August, the rapper commanded a captivated audience, many of which were shown rapping along,