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A$AP Ferg Returns To New Zealand For One Show

A$AP Ferg Returns To New Zealand For One Show

Thursday 28th September, 2017 10:37AM

Harlem-based MC A$AP Ferg has announced he'll be returning to our shores in November for a one-off show at the Auckland Town Hall, a short year and a half after his last appearance! Accompanying him will be Skrillex-approved future bass producer Slushii, Hudson Mohawke associate Lunice and emerging artist K?D.

A$AP Ferg
Saturday 25th November, Town Hall, Auckland

Here’s A$AP Ferg’s 2013 smash hit 'Shabba', from his debut album Trap Lord.

Check out Slushii ripping up Tomorrowland festival in Belgium...

Have a hoon on 'Maserati' by Lunice...

Get aquainted with rising star K?D's tunes...

Press Release:

American rapper A$AP FERG announces he will return to New Zealand for one headline date.

A$AP Ferg emerged in 2012 as one of the leading members of the renowned, Harlem-based A$AP Mob. Immediately captivating critics and rap fans the world over, Ferg instantly fortified his reputation by appearing on A$AP Rocky's major label debut, Long.Live.A$AP and wowing sold-out audiences while on tour with Rihanna and Drake.

In 2013, A$AP Ferg released his debut album, Trap Lord, which entered at #9 on Billboard’s Top 200 album chart and earned Ferg the ‘Rookie of the Year’ BET Hip Hop Award. Trap Lord included the breakout hits ‘Work (Remix)’ featuring A$AP Rocky, French Montana, Trinidad James & ScHoolBoy Q, and ‘Shabba’, also featuring A$AP Rocky.

Amidst a packed touring schedule and collaborations with major fashion labels, A$AP Ferg worked tirelessly on his highly anticipated sophomore album, Always Strive and Prosper (out now through Sony Music Entertainment New Zealand). Linking up with everyone from Missy Elliot to Skrillex, Ferg delves deep into his personal history to paint a vivid and uncompromising self-portrait, offering introspection and entertainment in equal measure.


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