Ferg and the crew hit the NYC streets for the official video for the “Work (Remix).” Trap Lord, Memorial Day Weekend.
Posts Tagged ‘ASAP Rocky’
The remix of the summer has finally arrived. (more…)
Hollywood is call, huh? Looks like everything is falling into place for the youngster. (more…)
What do A$AP Rocky, Skrillex, and the Dominican Repubic all have in common? (more…)
Yelawolf releases his newest mixtape Trunk Muzik Returns, the sequel to 2010′s Trunk Muzik. (more…)
London’s DJ Semtex caught up with RiFF RaFF, who spoke on his upcoming LP, Neon Icon. Whether he’s trolling or not, RiFF claims to have a star-studded lineup planed for his debut studio album. (more…)
Only joint off that Lord$ Never Worry mixtape that tops this is that “Coke and White B*tches Chapter 2.”
Swizzy, A$AP Rocky, and araabMUZIK make the street knock with their latest collaboration to be featured on Swizz’ upcoming mixtape. (more…)
I’ll never understand how Nardwuar knows all this ish. Funny but also informational at the same time.
Everyone’s favorite VJ, radio host, and beanie-rocker Sway, recently sat down with Black Hippy’s ScHoolboy Q at MTV studio’s to discuss Q’s relationship with his Harlem, New York brethren A$AP Rocky. In 2011, Q and Rocky linked up in the studio to drop two bangers on us, first with “Brand New Guy” off of Rocky’s Live.Love.A$AP mixtape, followed by “Hands on the Wheel” off Q’s Habits & Contradictions LP. Being two of the most talked about cuts off the artists’ respected albums, Sway asked Q if fans could expect more from the East Coast, West Coast connect. (more…)
Harlem rapper ASAP Rocky’s love for Black Scale gear has been well-documented across various videos and photoshoots, so it comes as no surprise that the San Francisco-based label has gifted the 23-year-old star with his own signature collection. Complex caught up with Black Scale’s MEGA and Alfred to learn more. So the capsule collection was inspired by A$AP Rocky. Tell us more how he influenced the aesthetic of the collection. Alfred: Rocky has been a fan of Black Scale since before we actually met. It just so happened that I was working the sales floor the day he decided to come in and purchase items for his video shoot for “Purple Swag.” He had a great energy and was a genuinely nice guy. The video dropped and the relationship continued to grow organically. The response was so overwhelming that it made sense to do a collabo. The design influences were taken from what the A$AP crew liked about Black Scale. I tried to integrate all the aesthetics that drew the crew to the brand, always keeping in mind that they should look good in it when they wear it. The collection of sweats, tees and caps with be available through BLVCK SCVLE in March. Check Complex for the full interview.
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