The 28-year-old rapper A$AP Ferg is perhaps best known as a member of the notorious New York rap group, the A$AP Mob, with his own hit singles like “Shabba” and “New Level,” as well as his most recent album, East Coast, which dropped this spring.
“Oh f**k. I’m gonna die.” The backroad was as rocky as it was steep and I didn’t see any railings at the intersection ahead. Only a valley that looked like instant death.
Harlem’s A$AP Ferg and Remy Ma just made an incredibly stylish new claim for East Coast, best coast. Wearing bondage-style red leather pants and a Vetements x Champion extreme long-sleeve sweater, Ferg opens up the visuals for “East Coast.”
Playboi Carti is late to his shoot at an apartment complex on 139th Street in Harlem. Here, the 21-year-old rapper has a gang of publicists waiting for him, while a crew of Grailed employees organizes piles of clothes for him to try on.
On Thursday, April 7th, 2017, The Estate of Harlem born Tupac Shakur in partnership with Bravado, Universal Music Group’s industry-leading merchandise and brand management company, celebrated the unveiling of Tupac’s Powamekka Café at Sweet Chick, 178 Ludlow, New York, New York.
To promote the recently-released Cozy Tapes, Vol. 1: Friends LP, A$AP Mob made their way by the CBS studios on Thursday and served as the evening’s musical guest on The Late Show With Stephen Colbert.
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Harlem takes center stage in GQ’s latest issue. In “Harlem Reshuffled” the magazine sheds light on some of the borough’s shining stars in hip-hop and pop culture including A$AP Mob and Cam’ron.
If any young entrepreneur in Hip-Hop could be likened to legendary moguls like Puff Daddy and Dame Dash off of demeanor alone, it’s A$AP Yams.
Harlem crew A$AP Mob invaded Coachella Music Festival on Friday (April 11). On a sweltering hot afternoon, trap leader A$AP Ferg introduced fans to his motley crew of rhymers.