A$AP Rocky + A$AP Mob hit NYC’s Roseland Ballroom with guests Flatbush Zombies [Video]

A$AP Rocky and his crew hit the stage in NYC on Thursday night for a turnt-up, swagged-out set at a sold-out Roseland Ballroom, with a slew of guest appearances; Flatbush Zombies and Bodega BAMZ featured, as did TDE’s Schoolboy Q and a hilarious Danny Brown.

The appearance was the latest date on A$AP’s LongLiveA$AP tour, and saw A$AP preview at least one new track from his debut album of the same name, set to drop at the end of October. In the video below you might recognise some of the vocals from this forthcoming track – A$AP seems to borrow the hook from C-Murder, Snoop Dogg & Magic’s “Down for my N—-z” – which was also used by Kendrick Lamar on Section 80‘s “Tammy’s Song”.

It all gets a bit anarchic by the end of this video, as the Mob and the Zombies step in for the devilish “Bath Salt,” the stand-out track from the former’s Lord$ Never Worry project. Whilst the footage below stirs up the average music fan’s anger at seeing a thousand iPhones out filming the night, I’m sure the fans actually started to have some fun after this…