A$AP Ferg performs at The Fillmore Silver Spring on Dec. 14, 2019. (Photo by @Waufflez – wauffleznotwaffles.com)
A$AP Ferg’s Yedi Tour rocked The Fillmore Silver Spring this past weekend in support of his latest EP, Floor Seats. After Murda Beatz warmed up the room with a DJ set, Ferg immediately sent the crowd into a frenzy starting the show off performing the EP’s title track “Floor Seats” before heading into “Coach Cartier,” “Mad Man,” and “The Mattress” from his 2018 album, Still Striving.
A$AP Ferg (Photo courtesy The Fillmore Silver Spring)
A$AP Ferg recently released the Floor Seats EP via A$AP Worldwide/ Polo Grounds Music/ RCA Records. Ferg brings his Floor Seats Tour to The Fillmore Silver Spring on Saturday, Dec. 14, to perform tracks like “Floor Seats,” “WAM,” and “Pups!”
Taj Mahal performs at The Birchmere on July 25, 2019. (Photo by Ari Strauss)
There is a moment in The Empire Strikes Back when Yoda transforms into a being of incredible, transcendent power. Something very similar happened when the Taj Mahal Quartet picked up their instruments and started to play at The Birchmere recently.
Keith Sweat performs at MGM National Harbor on Oct. 27, 2018. (Photo by Chris Castillo)
Keith Sweat released Playing for Keeps, his 13th studio album, on Oct. 26 via Red Music. The very next day, the Harlem soul singer was at MGM National Harbor for a show, and Chris Castillo got some pix.
Ferg performs at The Fillmore Silver Spring on March 1, 2018. (Photo by Brenda Reyes)
On the second stop on his Mad Man Tour, A$AP Ferg demonstrated his chops at The Fillmore Silver Spring Thursday. Most recently, Ferg released Still Striving, his fourth solo project, in summer 2017.
Ferg (Photo courtesy Grandstand Media)
Darold D. Brown Ferguson, better known as Ferg, launches his Mad Man Tour next week, and the second stop will be at The Fillmore Silver Spring on Thursday, March 1. Ferg’s appearance follows the release of Still Striving, his second mixtape, last summer, and the Too Cozy Tour with rap group A$AP Mob last fall.
Dave East performs at Baltimore Soundstage on Jan. 19, 2018. (Photo by Chris Castillo)
Rapper Dave East performed at Baltimore Soundstage last Friday, and in a way it was a homecoming for the artist who has made his name known from Harlem.