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A$AP Rocky became the envy of men, and some women, everywhere when he ended his performance at this year’s MTV Video Music Awards by clenching Rihanna’s backside. The Harlem rapper is featured on the remix of Rih Rih’s Bangladesh-produced single “Cockiness,” and made headlines for not keeping his hands to himself; but he doesn’t understand why […]
A$AP Rocky stepped into 106 & Park’s infamous Backroom, dropping a freestyle for the latest installment of the video countdown show’s popular segment. Joining the list with Curren$y, Prodigy, Kendrick Lamar, and more, the Harlem native spit a solid, but not earth shattering, freestyle for just over 30 seconds.
A$AP Rocky was back on familiar turf in New York City last night as he performed at the Adidas store in SoHo in New York City. Rocky was joined by Nast, Twelvy, Ant and the rest of the A$AP Mob as he performed for a rabid throng of fans in the stylish section of New […]
Think the Internet doesn’t speed things up? It hasn’t even been a year since A$AP Rocky dropped his debut mixtape, Live.Love.A$AP, and the Harlem rapper already has a documentary, titled A$VP C4, that chronicles his come up. Luke Monaghan followed around A$AP Rocky and the A$AP Mob to create this short film for Channel 4 in the […]
A$AP Rocky’s long awaited debut album, Long.Live.A$AP, will now be dropping Halloween (October 31st) later than expected. Originally scheduled to hit stores on September 11th, the Harlem rapper revealed his project’s new release date in an interview with WILD 94.9. Besides stating that A$AP Mob’s album, Lords Never Worry, should be out shortly, that PMF […]
The A$AP Mob performed at New York’s inaugural Catalpa Festival, where among other tracks they performed “Bath Salts” (sans Flatbush Zombies) for the first time. Rocky, Twelvy, Nast and the gang threw down on stage and luckily, no photographers were hurt in the process. A$AP Rocky is about to embark on his LONGLIVEA$AP tour along with […]
As much as A$AP Rocky raps and talks about clothes and fashion, among other topics, it was inevitable the man born Rakim Mayers appear in the pages of GQ Magazine. The Harlem rapper dished on some of his style preferences in the short but nevertheless interesting Q&A with Gentleman’s Quarterly.
A$AP Rocky said his clothes would be getting weirder, but maybe more importantly, his schedule is getting busier. The Harlem rapper chopped it up with Power 99 in Philly and discussed his forthcoming debut, Long.Live.A$AP, and revealed the highly anticipated project’s release date.
It doesn’t matter what the names on the label may say, A$AP Rocky stays wearing some weird looking clothes b. No slander, he said so on “Wassup,” okay? The Harlem rapper recently linked up with Parisian publication WAD Magazine for its “Cocktail” issue. Naturally, we would assume the convo veered toward the “Goldie” MC’s penchant […]