“And when I got in the car on the way home, and I cried—because I was happy. That’s when I felt that I made it.”
The two rappers jump on the regional hit from the rising artist from D.C.
A$AP Rocky is back and making it clear he’s real. Even telling other presumably fake rappers to come to “Harlem if you’ve never seen Baghdad.”
“Scholarship” is off Stay Trippy, Juicy J’s currently available LP.
A$AP Rocky is riding that some lovesick train Lykke Li is conducting with his remix of her song off her upcoming album, I Never Learn.
Ross rocks Versace and Air Yeezy 2s in the lavish new video set in the City of Light.
When getting “Wild For the Night” just isn’t enough, sometimes you gotta riot. That’s what Pretty Flocko aka A$AP Rocky did with “Harlem Shake” author Baauer in the new video for “Riot Rave”.
The song, which features production from French DJ Gesaffelstein, has Rocky channeling Kanye West’s ‘Yeezus’ as he complains about the government over industrial beats.
One A$AP Rocky fan rang in 2014 in the hospital after falling from the stage at the rapper’s New Year’s Eve show in Australia.
Unhappy with the current lyrical state of hip-hop? So is an ad agency out of Los Angeles called Amusement Park Entertainment.
ASAP Rocky’s latest video for the ‘Live.Love.A$AP’ bonus track casts the rapper as the most stylish robber in New York.
The Canadian rapper might not have the emcee skills of say, Kendrick Lamar or the artistic vision of Kanye West, but for what he lacks in those departments he more than makes up for in showmanship.
Thanks to his father, ASAP Ferg was given a head start into the music industry and is now impressing everyone, including those back in his hometown, with his debut album.
Performing “Shabba,” a track off his debut album Trap Lord released in August, the rapper commanded a captivated audience, many of which were shown rapping along,
A$AP Rocky is maxing out his credit cards in his new video for “Fashion Killa.” All to make Rihanna happy.
Collins’ message to the VMA audience was about standing up for what you believe in, overcoming lifetimes of adversity, and gay rights.
A$AP Rocky’s message to the VMA audience was about A$AP Ferg’s album ‘Trap Lord’ being in stores now.