ASAP Rocky took the stage with the American flag on his shoulder and drove the fans crazy with his wild style as we know it. In the concert, with the mixtape ‘Live Love ASAP’, which he debuted, took his fans to the past.
ASAP Rocky Born in 1988 in Harlem, New York, the American rapper made his debut with the mixtape ‘Live.Love.ASAP’. Drawing attention with his debut, ASAP Rocky released his first studio album in 2013.
Rocky, who took the first place on the Billboard 200 with his album ‘Long Live Asap’ released in 2013, received 2 platinum certificates from the Recording Industry Association of America.
The album was preceded by Rocky’s breakout single, “Fuckin’ Problems” (featuring Drake, 2 Chainz and Kendrick Lamar), which was nominated for Best Rap Song at the 2014 Grammy Awards.
ASAP Rocky has won a BET Award, two BET Hip Hop Awards, an MTV Video Music Award Japan and an MTVU Woodie Award, as well as being nominated for two Grammy Awards, six World Music Awards, three MTV Video Music Awards and two MTV Europe Music Awards on his career.
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Whatever, ASAP Rocky showed up on ComplexCon last night. “If you grew up on this shit, we’re about to have a motherfucking good time,” he said at the beginning of the show. “We’re going down memory lane. Let’s go through this album.”
Rocky kept his word and took his fans back ten years. Rocky, who included the ‘Live Love ASAP’ mixtape throughout the show, made one exception and sing the song ‘Praise the Lord(Da Shine)’, which they made with Skepta in 2018.
Rihanna doesn’t leave him alone, she supports him from the bench and has fun with the fans. She dazzled everyone with her red jacket and braided hair.
ASAP Rocky Sends His Love to Those Who Lost Their Lives at Astroworld Festival.
ASAP Rocky did not forget to commemorate those who lost their lives at Travis Scott’s Astroworld Festival. He commemorated those who lost their lives with these words ”My prayers go out to everybody who lost their lives in Texas the other day, going to Astroworld Fest, My heart goes out to that guy, and everybody who lost their lives. condolences I hope everybody gets home safe tonight.”
Then he finished the set in style, standing on a pillar that raised about 25 feet in the air as he performed the mixtape closer, “Sandman.” Then, as he literally came back down to earth, he let out one final “A-fucking-SAP,” and the house lights turned on.