Tyler, The Creator blows his face off and evades police in “Who Dat Boy” I honestly didn’t like Tyler, The Creator very much when I was younger. However, as I grow, I start to see the brilliance that he has on different levels. I see a lot rapper’s calling every little thing they do a . . .
There are two versions of “RAF.” Both of them features A$AP Rocky, Frank Ocean, Lil Uzi Vert, and Quavo. The two versions have different Frank Ocean verses, though. The song debuted early Sunday morning on Frank Ocean’s Beats 1 Blonded Radio. Stream both versions of “RAF” below, and check out the newly released solo of . . .
D.R.A.M. is a versatile artist. The Virginia bred emcee and vocalist flips the equation again for his latest release, “Gilligan.” It featuries A$AP Rocky and Juicy J, and it’s got “summertime banger” written all over it. D.R.A.M. holds down the infectious chorus, and all three emcees find their own respective groove over top of the dark, bass-heavy . . .
You won’t find Mura Masa or A$AP Rocky in their new “LoveSick” video. Instead, we follow the adventures of three mischievous teens wandering through the streets of London. Watch the video for “LoveSick” below, and stream Someday Somewhere afterwards, if you haven’t already.
If you’ve been out and about in recent times, you’ve heard A$AP Ferg‘s “New Level.” The gloriously dark, ominous and booming track has caught on, and for good reason. The single is given new wings with the release of the remix, which features new lyrics from Ferg and verses from A$AP Rocky and Lil Uzi . . .
The title speaks for itself, this time around. SpaceGhostPurrp dropped a new song called “R.I.P. Yams” featuring A$AP Rocky. Purrp and Rocky don’t have the friendliest history, and we’re not sure when this track was released, but this is the first time we’ve seen them on a track together in quite some time. Stream “R.I.P. . . .
A$AP Rocky and Mura Masa aren’t necessarily a combination that I had been anticipating, but upon listening to “Love$ick” it becomes apparent that they have a lot of synergy. Rocky’s elastic flow meshes well with Mura Masa’s bright, jubilant melodies. Mura Masa explained: “Rocky was actually in London for a couple of days and I . . .
Amidst all of the chaos that was today, with Rihanna’s album “Anti” randomly appearing and disappearing on Tidal and Kanye West’s stream of conscious tweeting about Wiz Khalifa, A$AP Rocky decided to release two songs on a brand new Soundcloud. The first song in the two part series was a song, we’ve already heard before, . . .
OVO Sound Radio just dropped another A$AP Mob cut, following up Rocky’s “Wu Tang Forever” remix with “Yamborghini High,” an A$AP Rocky song featuring A$AP Nast and A$AP Ferg. This cut originally was premiered at Clockenflap Fest in China. Stream “Yamborghini High” below. http://itsbizkit.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/ASAP-Rocky-Damn-It-Radio-Rip.mp3 (Complex)
OVO Sound Radio dropped an exclusive on us tonight. A$AP Rocky‘s previously unreleased verse for Drake‘s “Wu Tang Forever (Remix)” hadn’t seen the light of day yet, until now. Rocky’s cadences and delivery are on point as ever over the gloomy instrumental. Stream Rocky’s verse below. (DDotOmen)
Kanye West is nowhere to be seen, but Pusha T‘s video for “M.P.A.” takes me back to ‘Ye’s earlier days, to a degree. Socially conscious themes and melodic instrumentation are among the characteristics that remind me of College Dropout. The song, which also features A$AP Rocky and The-Dream, discuses three addictions that Push asserts are plaguing . . .
Over the weekend A$AP Rocky appeared at Hong Kong’s Clockenflap music and arts festival, where he treated the crowd to a new, unreleased song. As he was joined by the rest of A$AP Mob, Rocky performed “Yamborghini High”, a song dedicated to A$AP Yams. Watch the video streams below. Miss Info
A$AP Rocky keeps our attention on his AT.LONG.LAST.A$AP project with another video, this time for “Jukebox Joints.” The video features A$AP in the midst of a disorienting, trippy environment as he visits a select few spots in his neighborhood. Watch the video for “Jukebox Joints” below. (2DopeBoyz)
A$AP Rocky‘s sophomore album, At.Long.Last.A$AP, was set to release on June 2nd, but it dropped tonight instead. Go figure. A.L.L.A. includes guest features from Kanye West, Lil Wayne, Future, Juicy J, UGK, Mos Def, Schoolboy Q and M.I.A.. Stream At.Long.Last.A$AP in full below. Purchase via iTunes. 1. Holy Ghost (Feat. Joe Fox) 2. Canal St. . . .
A new unreleased A$AP Rocky song called “Beef” has leaked. It sounds as though it’s a Diddy reference track. The infamous “What’s Beef?” sample, along with Rocky seemingly referring to himself as “Puffy” make that pretty clear. Regardless, the bass slaps, and it’s not a bad listen overall. Stream “Beef” below. (HipHopEarly)