A$AP Ferg Talks His Relationship With His Father On VICE’s “Autobiographies”

blame it on Meka March 3, 2016

Although they launched their new television network, VICELAND (some of the show that have aired thus far are really interesting, others not so much), VICE/Noisey has not strayed from the viral content that expanded their reach and fanbase. Following Action Bronson’s food show and the Kendrick Lamar-led “BOMPTON” series, they have spotlighted A$AP Ferg on their burgeoning new autobiographical series.

Similar to Pusha T’s episode, cameras provide a deeper look into the man named Darold Ferguson, Jr. Originally falling into fashion design and the arts, the clip actually features Ferg flexing his painting skills from his home in Harlem. Citing numerous painters as influences, A$AP Ferg‘s greatest inspiration comes from his father who used to own a boutique store Uptown and designed the logos for Uptown Records and Bad Boy Records among other accomplishments. Ferg also spoke on his neighborhood of Harlem and how his penchant for exploration began to shape his life, as well as the moment he met A$AP Rocky which would change his life.