DJ Premier Ft Asap Ferg – Our Streets

A$AP Mob as a whole came in the game with their own flare to New York City’s classic style. Both musically and with their fashion. Over time, they’ve made themselves staples in the New York renaissance. While they’ve worked with several classic NYC rappers and producers in the past, A$AP Ferg and DJ Premier finally connect on “Our Streets.
It’s an ode to the traditional hip hop sound with classic samples and signature scratches from DJ Premier. Meanwhile, Ferg delivers serious bars throughout, riding the beat flawlessly without missing a breath. It’s a dope collaboration between the new school and the old and will hopefully spawn more collabs between the two. Ferg may be a leader in the new school but he has no problems with paying his respects to those who paved the way for him.
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ASAP Ferg  Ft. Ski Mask the Slump God – ILoveYourAunt

Yesterday, A$AP Ferg and Ski Mask The Slump God linked up to record a new single. After teasing a collaboration, the duo wasted little time in spreading their lewd, hilarious banger to the internet for our listening pleasure. The track, titled “ILoveYourAunt,” celebrates the simple pleasure of completely degrading another man’s aunt, a subject with which both rappers seem familiar.

Speaking of familiarity, Ski Mask once again finds himself well acquitted over some classic Timbaland production, this time tackling “Get Ur Freak On.” With his Missy Elliot sampling “Catch Me Outside” steady racking up views and listens, Ski Mask seems to be doing justice to the man he once called his “favorite producer.” I think it’s safe to say that he’s with the smoke. As for Ferg, the Still Striving rapper dominates the beat with ease, keeping up with Ski Mask’s rapid fire flow and acquainting himself like your favorite uncle. Pair that with a lively and charismatic in-studio video, and you get a raw, fun end result.
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Asap Ferg Ft Playboi Carti  – Mad Man

Playboi Carti’s self-titled album, released earlier this year, is a good indication of what rap sounds like in 2017. On “Mad Man,” he finds the overlap between that sound and A$AP Ferg‘s triplet-heavy New York rap. Coming from Ferg’s new Still Striving project, it finds Ferg adopting a flow that’ll be familiar to anyone’s who’s been following the “SoundCloud Rap” moment. In fact, it’s more or less the same rhythm that Drake controversially used on “KMT,”.

Ferg being pulled in many stylistic directions with his most collaborative project yet.The project follows Ferg’s 2016 sophomore album Always Strive & Prosper, and was envisioned as a more light-hearted companion piece to the deeply personal album. “With Still Striving, I wanted to hit the clubs. I wanted to have some fun, since we were so serious on Always Strive and Prosper,” said Ferg. The project precedes a new A$AP Mob album Cozy Tapes Vol. 2, which is due out August 25th.

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