This the type a song make you wanna hit someone innocent. In the best possible way. I never knew how excited I’d be to endorse a rapper named Young Thug, and yet…here we are. Gibbs also drops the scene-stealer verse.
This is a horror movie compressed into the form of a rap video. Zombie beat sounds deranged too.
The Hood Pope assumes his reign.
This is a fun song. They do need more champagne, and Wiz has made himself into a Nate-Dogg-Too-Short-Snoop-Dogg combo that sounds good on everything.
I don’t know what’s better about this episode of “Over/Under”: that A$AP Ferg wasn’t aware that Jim Carrey had already played the Joker when he suggested it would be a breakout role OR that he burnt both of his feet playing frisbee on hot coals. He’s got a future in this if Jim Jones is any example of unintentionally hilarious Harlem rappers. Check the review of Ferg’s Trap Lord.
In a time of growing popularity of trap music we got two great examples of trap tales that greatly differ from each other. Freddie Gibbs and A$AP Ferg each dropped their debut studio albums earlier this summer just a month apart.
Rocky and Riff Raff sit down for the second part of their “Back & Forth” interview for Noisey, featuring an appearance from A$AP Yams and A$AP Ferg. Much hilarity ensues including Riff Raff claiming to be a virgin.
On Saturday August 17, 2013 the Trillectro Music Festival returned to Washington DC to blend the genres of electronica and hip-hop. Amongst the hip-hop acts featured on the festival were A$AP Mob, Wale, Fat Trel, Travi$ Scott, Casey Veggies, Two-9 and more. Click through this slideshow to see all of the happenings from the festival. All photos by Lucas Farrar / Far Fetched Future.