In episode 3, LuRocK discusses covering a recent Freddie Gibbs performance, Immortal Technique’s run-in with a bootlegger, ASAP Ferg being sued for crowd diving, WrestleMania 31, Jay-Z’s new digital streaming service Tidal and much more.
Here some leftover footage from ASAP Ferg’s recent live performance at Santa Ana’s The Observatory. In this clip, the ASAP Mob member takes it back to Lords Never Worry with “Persian Wine” and sends a special dedication out to ASAP Yams who recently passed away at the top of the year. Also, check out Fergenstien in action as he turns up the energy in the venue with “Dump Dump.”
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A$AP Ferg stopped by The Observatory in Santa Ana last night and man did he deliver a high-energy performance. Fergenstein also surprised fans during his set when fellow A$AP Mob member, A$AP Rocky, decided to take the stage and perform a few of his hits like his latest single “Lord Pretty Flocko Jodye 2.” Take a look as concert-goers went crazy for the New York native.
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A$AP Ant serves up a new single and visual for, “See Me,” which is the latest song featured on the upcoming L.O.R.D. album from the A$AP Mob. The dark music video showcases Ant and his goons breaking into a location all in the pursuit of grabbing stacks of cash. Check out Ant get his home invasion on as he pulls off a big heist.
A$AP Mob is gearing up to release a new album which is yet to be titled on March 4. The Nas-inspired track, “Trillmatic,” is the latest single to be featured off the upcoming project. Take a listen as the song boasts a raw and gritty ’90s vibe as A$AP Nast and Method Man effortlessly ride the smooth instrumental and perform to the camera out on the streets of New York. This one’s definitely worth a view.
A$AP Ferg decides to perform at his buddy DJ Whoo Kid’s birthday party held at Greenhouse in New York. Watch as Ferg rocks the small and intimate spot with some of his popular hits like “Work” and “Shabba.” The visual also has some random visuals from the night’s festivities which also include Whoo Kid spinning for club-goers at his own function.
A$AP mob member A$AP Ant releases a new solo track called “Everyday” featuring Young Diego and Smoke DZA off his new The Big Payback mixtape. Listen as the rappers dish rhymes on their carefree lifestyles, smoking greenery and balancing their street hustles all in the pursuit of the almighty dollar. The track sports a smooth and melodic instrumental that provides each emcee the perfect home for their respective verses.
A$AP Rocky and the A$AP Mob recently paid Funkmaster Flex a visit on HOT 97 and discussed a number of topics during a candid interview. After being asked by Flex about Kendrick’s “Control” verse, Rocky decides to brush off the TDE rapper’s “King of New YorK” line and jokes the Compton rapper is either crazy or smoking crack. A$AP Ferg also steps up to the microphone and proclaims: “What’s a king to a lord.” However, Rocky does share his thoughts on the move being good for Hip Hop and the art form’s competitive nature. All in all, the mob makes it clear they weren’t offended by Kendrick’s verse and tackle much more during their lengthy and in-depth conversation with Flex.
A$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.