HHW previously reported that A$AP Mob will dropping their collaborative album, Lord$ Never Worry on August 28th. The duo recently dropped “Purple Kisses” which is the follow-up to “Bath Salt” Ft. Flatbush Zombies. The visual was directed by A$AP Rocky, Luke Monaghan & Barber. The Harlemites will be hitting the road this fall with Schoolboy Q and Danny Brown.
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A$AP Rocky won’t be releasing his solo album until later this year but to hold over the fans, Rocky and his A$AP Mob will be releasing their collaborative album, Lords Never Worry on August 28. “Bath Salt” Ft. Flatbush Zombies serves as the first single off the album. A$AP Rocky will also be hitting the road this fall with Schoolboy Q and Danny Brown.
A$AP Rocky and his mob are getting ready to embark on a United State ‘LongLiveA$AP’ tour this fall. Schoolboy Q and Danny Brown joins the RCA recording artist on the road. The tour kicks off in Providence, Rhode Island on September 21 and will hit major markets including Atlanta, Detroit, Chicago, Houston and Vegas before wrapping in Philadelphia on November 18th.
From Harlem to Atlanta! A$AP Rocky recently stopped by the Means St. Studio for an exclusive interview with DJ Drama aka Gangsta Grillz. During their conversation, Rocky cleared up the rumors about him being a devil worshiper and the dispute with producer SpaceGhostPurrp. Rocky also talked about meeting Cam’ron, A$AP Mob and his debut album, LongLiveA$AP which arrives this fall.Watch the footage below:
A$AP Rocky’s name is still ringing bells in the streets after signing a reportedly $3 million deal with RCA/Polo Grounds. While in Philly, the Harlem native announced to Power 99‘s disc jockey Mina SayWhat that he will be releasing his long-awaited debut album, entitled LoveLiveA$AP on September 11.
A$AP Rocky is gearing up to release his debut LP, entitled LiveLoveA$AP this summer but that doesn’t stop him from filming visuals for his mixtape. The RCA recording artist released the official visual to his single “Brand New Guy” Ft. ScHoolboy Q. In the ICU-directed clip, these hipsters terrorizes the streets of Harlem.
A$AP Rocky recently performed at the House of Blues in Chicago. While he visited the Chi-Town, Rocky stopped by WGCI‘s “The Morning Riot” radio show for an interview. The 24-year-old RCA recording artist talked to Tony Sculfield and the Morning Riot about the current state of Hip-Hop, Chicago’s rapper Chief Keef and the misconceptions of himself. He also dropped some bars over Future’s “Same Dame Thing”. Watch the videos below:
Rapper A$AP Rocky began filming the visual for his track “Brand New Guy” Ft. ScHoolboy Q, which is featured on his LiveLoveA$AP mixtape. Earlier in the week, Rocky released his new single “Goldie”. The track serves as the lead single off his debut album, entitled Long.Live.A$AP. The track was produced by Hit-Boy (“Ni**as in Paris”). Rocky is keeping busy these days. Last week he shot “Street Knocks” video with Swizz Beatz. His debut album is scheduled to hit stores and iTunes in July on Polo Grounds Music/RCA Records.