Ferg and Rocky take the stage on Arsenio to perform “Shabba.” Trap Lord in stores now.
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.
Ferg stops by Hot 97′s Morning Show to chop it up with Ebro and Laura Stylez about his upcoming Trap Lord album, the A$AP Mob, Harlem and more.
Ferg releases the visual for his ode to Shabba Ranks. Trap Lord, August 20.
Ferg and the crew hit the NYC streets for the official video for the “Work (Remix).” Trap Lord, Memorial Day Weekend.