A$AP Ferg‘s recent contribution to the Internet musicverse harnesses one of the most “typical trap” sounding backdrops that any member of the crew has jumped on. I’ve heard a few make comparisons to Lil Reese and the trademark GBE sound in a less favorable tone. Thinkpiece this and look out for Lord$ Never Worry on August 28.
2 A$AP Ferg leaks right off of the Chillin’ Island radio show on EVR. Both sound like Ferg is stepping away from the Pac‘isms of the previous day and traipsing into something along the lines of a ScHoolboy Q brotherhood in animated word meter teasing…but not exactly alike (just surely would make a good song side-by-side). These will probably land on the ASAP Mob project.
ASAP Ferg provides some over-the-top visual content to one of the most unique sounding joints to come out of the A$AP Mob circle since a majority of Rocky‘s album (again, chalk that up to left-field’ish production). Also, he admits to NOT having sold a lot of cocaine in one sitting.
“Hundred Million Roses” (Produced by Crystal Caines)
A$AP Ferg, as expected with the success of young Rocky, has also been on the butter churn lately. Another hat tip to those thuggish ruggish ones from Cleveland…plus a defiantly large amount of Pac in this, but for some reason, I’m not so nauseated by it (perhaps it’s because their voices are similar by nature, it seems). I’d also say a big part of the saving grace here is the fact that he’s not just dropping standard Houston’isms whilst “poppin’ pills, pourin’ up, fuckin’ hoes” (not a real quote, but it could’ve been)…you know?
He also switches it up and goes for his on the last verse. A lot more attention-worthy than most of what makes the kids cheer these days.