A$AP Ferg Biography
Birthday: October 20, 1988 (Libra)
Born In: New York, New York, United States
Darold Ferguson, better known as “A$AP Ferg,” is a well-known American rapper who began his career with his own clothing and jewelry line but later realized that his true talent lay in music. He joined his friend A$AP Rocky to become a member of the hip-hop group “A$AP Mob.” His debut single, ‘Work,’ was part of the ‘A$AP Mob’ mixtape ‘Lords Never Worry’ and was listed among the ‘50 Best Songs of 2012’ by ‘Complex Magazine.’ His big break came with the release of his debut album, ‘Trap Lord,’ which peaked at number nine on the ‘Billboard 200’ chart and sold over 46 thousand copies in the US. He choreographed his own dance steps for the video of the single ‘Dope Walk,’ which was part of his mixtape ‘Ferg Forever.’ He directed the video for ‘Thought It Was a Drought’ by rapper Future and then released his second studio album, ‘Always Strive and Prosper.’ The album featured the track ‘New Level,’ which was certified “gold” by the ‘Recording Industry Association of America’ (RIAA). He is a dedicated musician who wants to give back to the world what he gained from it during his younger days in Harlem. Although he is a sensation among the youth, he is currently single and is solely concentrating on his music.