A$AP Mob catches up with Peter Rosenberg and Ebro at HOT 97 for an exclusive interview off air. Take a look as the Mob denies internet rumors that there’s bad blood between them and Pro era. ’90s Hip Hop was a major topic of discussion as the group credited the era as being a big influence on their sound. Rosenberg and Ebro also addressed Trinidad James’ infamous Atlanta-New York along with the crew’s rumored preference for white women. Before heading out, the mob spoke on their new single, “Trillmatic,” and shared their thoughts on what it was like to work with Method Man.
A$AP Ferg delivers a new remix for his Trap Lord single, “Shabba,” and this time the Harlem rapper links up with not only Shabba Ranks but Busta Rhymes and Migos as well. Take a listen as the catchy and energetic song also gets a new verse from Fergenstein.
Revolt TV cameras were rolling as B.O.B. and A$AP Rocky discussed the Grand Hustle artist’s upcoming album, Underground Luxury. Chilling backstage in Austin, TX while on the Under The Influence tour, Bobby Ray opens up about the fun he had putting together the album and addresses his transformation his music has underwent. Rocky can be seen encouraging the Atlanta native to do what makes him happy and co-signs his new music. A$AP Ferg also makes a brief cameo.
A$AP Ferg links up with Pitchfork Media and stars in their latest episode of their “Over/Under” web series. Fergenstein shares his opinion on a number of random topics and explains why he believes the subject is either underrated or overrated. Watch as the A$AP Mob member tackles The Riddler, bees, beauty pageants, frisbee’s, Miley Cyrus, turtles and women taking “selfie” photos.
Noisey throws viewers right back in where they left off from part one with part two of A$AP Rocky’s comical “Back & Forth” interview with Riff Raff. Watch as Rocky introduces A$AP Yamz to Riff and also calls over A$AP Ferg to get in on the action for a candid conversation and blunt session. The A$AP Mob front man proposes the question on what type of women each likes best, Fergenstein does a small Q&A with Riff Raff and everyone gets down an impromptu freestyle session over Rocky’s boom bap instrumental for “1 Train.”
Life+Times catches up with A$AP Mob member and solo artist A$AP Ferg to break down his creative direction on his Trap Lord LP’s artwork with artist Jay West. Watch as Ferg and West give insight to viewers behind their collaborative work and explain the inspiration behind the album’s entire artwork.
Washington’s Trillectro recently took place and featured A$AP Ferg as one of the festival’s performers. The A$AP Mob member decided to bring out crew leader A$AP Rocky and surprised the audience with a performance of “Work (Remix).” As the crowd went nuts for the duo and the night got more exciting, Fergenstein kicked into his new smash hit “Shabba” will is featured on his upcoming Trap Lord LP releasing August 20. Take a look at how it all went down below.
A$AP Ferg links up with The Breakfast Club on Power 105 for an exclusive one-on-one interview. The A$AP Mob member discusses the origins of his alias and shares his experience with riding along on Wiz Khalifa’s Under The Influence of Music Tour. Ferg shares his appreciation for the amount of weed they’re given from state to state and addresses his eyebrow raising comment about Teyanna Taylor at Summer Jam. Fergenstein also breaks down the early days of A$AP and reveals why a deal with Diddy was never worked out.
A$AP Ferg delivers a new track off his anticipated Trap Lord LP with “Hood Pope”. The song showcases Ferg’s signature choppy and sped up flow over a smooth beat that takes fans for a slow ride while the A$AP Mob member drops some haunting crooning and kicks rhymes about fearing death from his enemies, demons and proclaiming himself the trap lord. Produced by VeryRvre, the mellow cut is also packed with plenty of reflective bars and religious references as Fergenstein attempts to make sense of his situation. Trap Lord hits shelves on August 20.
As A$AP Ferg’s Trap Lord LP approaches its August 20 release date, the Harlem native decides to reveal the project’s official artwork. Keeping it simple, the trap lord is showcased with a side profile in a black and white photo. If you look closely to the detail you can also see what appears to be a crucifix just above Ferg’s head.