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A$AP Ferg, Lil Uzi Vert, and Marty Baller Go Punk in New Video "Uzi Gang"

Watch the three rappers headbang and crowd surf in the black and white clip.

by Noisey Staff
Dec 19 2016, 8:58pm

A$AP Mob has always tried to build on the parallels between the punk and rap worlds especially by making it a point to crowd surf, rock all black, and occasionally paint their nails black when they first reached the national radar in 2011. Today we're premiering a brand new song and video from the mob's A$AP Ferg in which he revisits those punk parallels. "Uzi Gang" is a bouncy, hard-hitter from Ferg's Always Strive and Prosper album that features Lil Uzi Vert and Marty Baller.

The black and white Adam Degross-directed clip follows the three through what looks to be a warehouse space venue as they convene with a crowd of punks, surfing through crowds and banging their heads. When asked about the video's inspiration, Ferg answered through email: "I wanted to shoot a visual that would capture the feeling of the song. So I linked with photographer and good friend of mine Adam Degross to help me  bring this picture perfect visual alive!" Watch "Uzi Gang" below. 

Image by @renellaice

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