Clash Issue 76: ASAP Rocky
Our cover star is the flyest kid to come out of Harlem since Puffy: A$AP Rocky. Producing purple-hazed tracks reminiscent of the Deep South whilst simultaneously taking over the fashion world, we chat to him about cough syrup, fine art and how he’s more than just a rapper.
Elsewhere, remix albums have got a bad rep. Just ask Fatima Al Qadiri, the Kuwait-raised/Brooklyn-based artist whose latest EP ‘GSX Remixes’ should erase memories of Rihanna’s ‘Rated R Remixed’ forevermore. “I’m interested in the remix album format cos it’s this hangover from the ’90s,” she says. We meet her in a fiery interview.
Jimmy Cliff is all about the circles. He’s possessed by the rhythm of the world and seems self-perpetuating in his quest to relentlessly spread good vibes. He’s back with a new LP called ‘Rebirth’, which is somewhere between his 28th and 33rd long player.
Plus: Mac Miller, Ghostpoet, Liars, Moritz Von Oswald Trio, James Yorkston, Efterklang, Tom Jones and more.
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