A$AP Rocky teams up with Gesaffelstein for this new song appearing on the soundtrack to the movie Divergent.
JT surprises us with the official remix to his hit “TKO” featuring none other than J. Cole, ASAP Rocky and Pusha T. J. Cole kicks off the track with his first response to Kendrick’s Control verse. However they all went in. Take a listen below.
A$AP Rocky liberates the music video to Angels directed by Luke Monaghan.
A$AP Mob step up to the plate for the second Cypher of the night from the 2013 BET Hip Hop Awards. A$AP Ferg, Twelvy, Nast, Ant and last but not least A$AP Rocky dropped a verse.
A$AP Ferg hits the stage on The Arsenio Hall Show accompanied by A$AP Rocky to perform “Shabba,” from A$AP Ferg’s new album Trap Lord. The Duo definitely had the crowd in sync with the hand claps to drum as they perform for Arsenio Hall.
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A$AP Rocky manages to get Rihanna to appear as the female lead in his video to Fashion Killa off his debut album LONG.LIVE.A$AP.
Hood and high fashion emcee Seth Narley first stepped on the scene collaborating with A$AP Rocky on “Grippin Woodgrain”. The multiple soulful and impassioned cuts that followed throughout this year have since taken Seth’s unique sound to a higher level.
With the release of his debut mixtape, CHANEL RAP, the young spitter influenced by artists including Jay-Z, Curren$y and 8 Ball & MJG, the South Bronx player delivers a full range of vices, thrills and struggles packaged into a smooth sound he’s coined “Designer Rap”. Joined by the likes of Troy Ave, Al-Doe and more, the Puerto Rican slings rhymes with conviction to bring you an elegant hood experience with 14 original tracks on CHANEL RAP.
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P. Reign drops the visuals for his latest track featuring A$AP Rocky – We Them Niggas!
A$AP Ferg comes through with his new single featuring A$AP Rocky called “Shabba”.
Mariah Carey gets a verse from A$AP Rocky for the official remix to her hit ‘Beautiful featuring Miguel’. The song originally appeared on her album The Art Of Letting Go.