Notorious Harlem spitter A$AP Rocky has been a busy man touring with the likes of Tyler The Creator and Wiz Khalifa for a few months now. Just the other night he performed a headligning slot at Clockenflap Fest in Hong Kong, where he premiered a brand new song just before finishing his set.
Titled "Yamborghini High," the track is a hard-hitting anthem similar to his earlier work on his debut mixtape Live. Love. A$AP. The title also pays homage to his close friend and A$AP Mob founder, A$AP Yams, who died unexpectedly in January of 2015 from a drug overdose.
Catch Rocky bouncing around on stage performing the gritty new jam below. The song drops at the 50 second mark but you can catch A$AP hilariously screaming "I love you mother f*ckers" in Chinese before that.
A$AP Rocky – "Yamborghini High"
A$AP Rocky and Tyler, The Creator just went on an unexpected collaborative co-headline tour with a run of high energy shows all across the country. The tour’s first leg ended in San Francisco at the iconic Bill Graham Event Center with a very special show.
During the show Rocky decided to pay tribute to Tyler and played out the instrumental to one of his most notorious songs “Yonkers” and freestyle over it. It sounds great, and it's a perfect way to end the run. Watch the video below. Enjoy!
Selena Gomez – Good For You (KASBO Remix) (FT. A$AP Rocky) : Surprisingly Incredible Future Bass RemixPosted in Bangin, Chill, Premieres by nick | Tags: A$AP Rocky, Good For You, Kasbo, Premiere, Remix, Selena Gomez
Nineteen year old Swedish producer Kasbo has quickly risen to become a favorite of ours over here at TSIS, and continues his flow of great content. He’s released highly successful remixes of Vance Joy, Erik Hassle and Jeremih, and just recently released a couple of new originals “Again” and his collab with Father Dude, “Time” showing off his eclectic production abilities.
This young Swede is back at it with a fresh take on A$AP Rocky and Selena Gomez’ “Good For You,” and it’s never sounded so good. The effects on Selena’s vocals seem to pack a deeper punch than the original's that hit just right. He adds a melodic keyboard intro that builds with chill percussion and mallets with a drop full of his signature colorful swirling synths until he effortlessly transitions back into the dreamy soundscape laying a airy foundation for Rocky's rapping and Selena's singing to float atop. Stream the full song below and you can now pick up your copy on iTunes below and stream on Spotify here. Kasbo has also shared the exciting news he will be making his debut American play at Hard Day Of The Dead on Halloween in Pomona, California so be sure to catch him if you're out there. Enjoy!
Selena Gomez – Good For You (KASBO Remix) (FT. A$AP Rocky) | iTunes
A$AP Rocky has been venturing into the trippy, far out side of the musical spectrum with his latest album At.Long.Last.A$AP. We saw an acid themed music video for the song “LSD” earlier this year and today get another equally spacey video. He brings one of the hottest tracks from the album to life “Jukebox Joints.” We see scenes of Rocky and crew doing what they do best in London making stops at a diner and even a house party, which is all delivered in a unique trippy style.
Kanye West doesn’t make an appearance in the video, as this is a music video version of the song without his verse unfortunately. Watch the video after the jump.
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