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A$AP FERG TicketsA$AP FERG titled his first album Trap Lord, and it's not too much of a stretch to see the validity of such a claim. Listening to FERG's music reveals someone who's all about the hustle. A member of the infamous A$AP Mob, FERG exemplifies the meaning of the group's acronym: "Always Strive Always Prosper." His extremely high-energy live performances connect with the audience with a ring of authenticity.
Always Striving and ProsperingA$AP FERG was born in Harlem as Darold D. Brown Ferguson Jr. to Trinidadian parents. He had some connection with the music industry already as his father helped with designs for various prominent labels. Early on, FERG tried his hand at designing his own clothing and accessories. However, he found himself in the rap game at the behest of his friend Rakim Mayers, better known now as A$AP Rocky. The pals became part of the A$AP Mob, started by the late Steven Rodriguez (A$AP Yams). FERG appeared with Rocky on songs such as "Kissin' Pink" off of the Live. Love. A$AP mixtape. His highly anticipated debut album dropped in 2013, and Trap Lord proved to be highly satisfying for hip-hop fans. It was full of powerful tracks like "Shabba" and "Work." The album also featured great guests, including A$AP Rocky, Bone Thugs-n-Harmony, Waka Flocka Flame and B-Real. The album peaked at No. 9 on the US Billboard Top 200 albums chart. FERG's first mixtape, Ferg Forever, came out in 2014. It featured guest appearances from M.I.A., Big Sean and SZA. In 2016, he released Always Strive and Prosper and included more hot guest appearances from the likes of Missy Elliott, Rick Ross and Lil Uzi Vert. It peaked at No. 8 on the Billboard Top 200 albums chart. The following year, FERG came out with another mixtape, Still Striving, which featured Migos, Meek Mill and Playboi Carti. A new project entitled Floor Seats is set to drop soon.
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Where can I see A$AP FERG?A$AP FERG doesn't have any upcoming tour dates scheduled. He recently toured extensively in 2018 and played a handful of shows earlier in 2019.
What can I expect from A$AP FERG?The energy of an A$AP FERG concert is something you have to witness if you want to know just how much fun a hip-hop show can be. Fans who come to see FERG live are there to get wild, and FERG knows this. He makes everything feel like a moment of truth. Each track and each bar is performed with maximum emphasis to let audiences feel his raw passion. Additionally, FERG is a very involved performer, and it's not uncommon to see him move off the stage and among the crowd.
How long is an A$AP FERG concert?A$AP FERG concerts tend to last around 50 minutes. This time may vary based on if he's headlining a concert or performing as part of a festival.
What is A$AP FERG's tour setlist like?A$AP FERG performs songs from different releases. On recent dates, he's dedicated much of his setlist to the Still Striving mixtape. His most-played songs are "Shabba," "Hella Hoes," "Let It Go," "New Level" and "WDYW."
Who has A$AP FERG toured with?A$AP FERG has toured with artists such as Tory Lanez, Denzel Curry and IDK.
Does A$AP FERG play festivals?A$AP FERG performs at music festivals very often. Some of the festivals FERG has played include Pitchfork, Austin City Limits, Woo Hah! and Rolling Loud Miami.
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