A$AP to Take Over Cornell’s Barton Hall

The Cornell Daily Sun

“Ride with the mob / Alhamdulallah / Check in with me, and do ya job / Ferg is the name / Ben Baller did the chain / Tourneau for the watch / Presi plain Jane” . . . well we all know the rest.Cornell Concert Commission announced Tuesday in an email to their members that A$AP Ferg will be performing at Barton Hall on March 24. He is the second act to be hosted by the Cornell Concert Commission this semester — the first being Electric Guest. They followed followed up this announcement Wednesday afternoon with a Facebook post revealing that A$AP Twelvyy would be opening for A$AP Ferg. A$AP Twelvyy and A$AP Ferg are both members of the hip hop collective A$AP Mob and have collaborated extensively, including on the Cozy Tapes series and on Twelvy’s debut album 12. A$AP Ferg is best known for his hit songs “Plain Jane,” which has amassed over 338 million streams on Spotify since its release, and “Shabba.” He is a prominent member of the A$AP Mob and has previously collaborated A$AP Rocky and Nicki Minaj. He was also the recipient of the 2013 BET Rookie of the Year award.Twelvyy released his debut album 12 in August of 2017 which features songs such as “Diamonds,” which features A$AP Rocky, “Hop Out,” which features fellow Barton Hall performer A$AP Ferg, and L.Y.B.B, which chronicles Twelvyy’s rise to fame.In an interview with High Snobiety, Twelvvy spoke on how he was inspired by …

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