It’s almost a year old, but A$AP Rocky’s album Testing is still in constant rotation. And now Rocky has released another music video from the LP, this time for the album’s CharlieMumbles produced track, ‘Kids Turned Out Fine’.
Directed by Dexter Navy, A$AP Rocky’s video for ‘Kids Turned Out Fine’ is another must see. Lord Pretty Flacko is currently on his headlining tour and fans can get their tickets for the tour’s remaining dates at Ticketmaster.com.
Watch A$AP Rocky’s official music video for ‘Kids Turned Out Fine’.
A little over a month before his 2019 headlining tour, A$AP Rocky has dropped his newest visuals, this time a music video for his track ‘Gunz N Butter’.
From his 2018 album, Testing, the Juicy J-assisted ‘Gunz N Butter’ is one of the many stand-out tracks from Rocky’s third studio album. And if his new tour is anything like his huge performance at Tyler The Creator’s Camp Flog Gnaw Carnival this year, you won’t want to miss out.
Watch A$AP Rocky’s music video for ‘Gunz N Butter’ below.
Tyler, The Creator’s amazing Camp Flog Gnaw Carnival blessed Los Angeles with another year of great music but at a brand location, LA’s Dodger Stadium. With a new venue and an epic lineup, the opening day of this year’s carnival saw performances from Tyler himself, as well as A$AP Rocky, Playboi Carti, Little Dragon, Pusha T, Virgil Abloh, Rex Orange County, Wallows and many more!
Check out our photos from Day 1 on the Camp Flog Gnaw Carnival 2018 below.
Harlem’s A$AP Mob got cozy in Milwaukee tonight, as A$AP Rocky and company stormed through The Rave’s Eagles Ballroom for their Too Cozy Tour. Comprised of Rocky, Ferg, Twelvyy, Nast, the late A$AP Yams and many more, the A$AP Mob may be top heavy but talent is still spread throughout the group, especially since A$AP Ferg and Twelvyy have emerged from Rocky’s shadows in the past couple years.
From the very beginning the crowd was turned up, as the Mob performed some of their solo records, collaborations and of course cuts from their newest LP, the Cozy Tapes Vol. 2: Too Cozy. And while some of the emerging A$AP members certainly did their part by rapping some of their stand out verses, it’s to no one’s surprise that A$AP Rocky and A$AP Ferg stole the show. Blowing fans away with tracks like A$AP Ferg’s ‘Work’ and ‘Plain Jane’ and the Mob’s Cozy Tapes Vol. 1 track ‘Yamborghini High’, the night was an rager with the whole A$AP crew.
With The Rave also hosting a sold-out country concert downstairs in the same venue, there is no way fans at the Luke Combs concert partied like those rapping along to the A$AP Mob. And because of that, there was no better place to be in Milwaukee tonight.
Check out our photos from tonight’s performance below, and get your tickets for the remaining dates of the Too Cozy Tour here.
Don’t think just that summer is over that great live music also has to end. As the festivals wrap up and the leaves fall in the Windy City, the concerts move indoors to some of the best venues and arenas in Chicago. And October especially is a great month to catch a concert or two in Chicago, with stars and legends like Katy Perry and Janet Jackson set to visit and artists like Hoodie Allen, Jon Bellion and the A$AP Mob scheduled to tear up the stage with headlining shows of their own.
Check out our list of the 9 can’t miss concerts in Chicago this month!
With one of the more unexpected, but entirely awesome, collaborations of the year, G-Eazy has recruited the pretty mother f*cker A$AP Rocky, and the hottest new artist in rap, Cardi B, for his new track ‘No Limit’.
‘No Limit’ has Rocky on the hook and hot verse from Cardi B as Young Gerald’s track also pays tribute to the Three Six Mafia’s classic 1999 record, ‘Slob On My Knob’. Although we’re not sure if ‘No Limit’ will get as much replay value as Juicy J’s classic track, we definitely wouldn’t bet against the trio of Cardi, G-Eazy and Rocky.
Stream G-Eazy’s new Cardi B and A$AP Rocky track ‘No Limit’ below.
Despite a couple devastating cancelations of his U.S. festival performances this month (Sasquatch! and Hangout), Frank Ocean fans everywhere can celebrate Ocean’s new contributions with Lil Uzi Vert and Quavo, on A$AP Rocky’s new track ‘RAF’. Debuting on Ocean’s Blonded Radio show on “Beats 1”, Frank shared two versions of the track.
Not only is Ocean spoiling fans with more tracks, after fans had to patiently wait years for new music from the Odd Future singer, but ‘RAF’ features a rapping Frank Ocean, whose raps often get overlooked for his singing.
With the biggest rap & hip-hop festival of the year less than a week away, Miami’s Rolling Loud has announced its full schedule of set times for next weekend.
Headlining the festival for 2017’s opening night this Friday will be Lil Wayne and A$AP Rocky. Artists like Lil Yachty, Mac Miller, Curre$y, Flatbush Zombies and more will also perform on Friday.
On Saturday, Kendrick Lamar and Young Thug are set to headline their respective stages, after anticipated performances from Joey Bada$$, XXXTentacion, Run The Jewels, Action Bronson and more.
Last but not least, Future and Travis Scott will close out the festival on Sunday, with supporting sets from Post Malone, Migos and Lil Uzi Vert to name a few.
Unfortunately though, with so many big rappers on one lineup, things are bound to change, and Kevin Gates will no longer perform at Rolling Loud this year, due to legal troubles. The same goes for Kodak Black. But not only has rapper YG been added to the lineup, but one more artist will be added to the lineup (which is currently TBD).
Check out Rolling Loud’s updated lineup and set times below, and get ready for a weekend to remember!
2015 saw a lot of great concert tours, from J. Cole’s Forest Hills Drive Tour with Big Sean, YG and Jeremih to Taylor Swift’s huge 1989 World Tour. Some tours sold out stadiums and arenas, selling out the entire tour before it even begun, and some tours were in small intimate venues, either strategically or because simple supply and demand. Some had stacked lineups top to bottom and some introduced us to a lot of great new artists. Festivals like Lollapalooza, Bonnaroo and Coachella were bigger than ever this year, but that didn’t stop your favorite artists from building up some great shows of their own.
Hit the jump and check out our list of our 20 Favorite Concert Tours of 2015!
We love the Based God, and so does Odd Future and A$AP Rocky, so when A$AP and Tyler The Creator’s “Rocky and Tyler Tour” finished off it’s current leg in San Francisco, it was only destined that the Bay’s own, rapper Lil B, make a surprise appearance. During A$AP Rocky’s headlining set last night, the At. Long. Last. ASAP rapper brought out Lil B the Based God for a very rare and based surprise performance. #TYBG
Watch fan clips from Lil B’s surprise appearance below.