Never let it be said that A$AP Mob doesn't know how to put on a show. While the average late night TV performance tends toward the soporific, the A$AP crew has always treated a televised appearance as the high-profile occasion that it is, putting together elaborate stagings and costumes worthy of the occasion. Last night's appearance on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert was no exception: Performing "Crazy Brazy," off the recent group album Cozy Tapes Vol. 1, the Mob showed up dressed for an asylum—and even outfitted the audience to match.
Ferg spends the performance dancing around stage in a straitjacket, and Rocky comes onstage wheeled in by a nurse, who spends the performance trying to restrain him. Medical equipment is everywhere. And then there's Key!, just lamping with a teddy bear and a robe. By the time A$AP Twelvyy swoops in wearing scrubs, barely held back by "security," well, it's pure chaos. The inmates are, so to speak, running the asylum.
A$AP Mob will be throwing the second annual Yams Day—featuring Danny Brown, Lil Uzi Vert, Cam'ron, TDE, Joey Bada$$, and many more—this coming Wednesday in New York. Find out more about that here and check out their crazy, brazy performance of "Crazy Brazy" below:
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