A$AP Ferg Spits Gritty Rhymes in ’40 Below’ Video
Rapper A$AP Ferg keeps it short and gully in his new video for '40 Below.' The song is an ode to the classic Timberland boot, in which drug dealers wore and often used to hide a small gun.
Director Dan the Man kept the black-and-white visuals simple -- just the Trap Lord in the studio spitting gritty bars on the microphone. The only thing with color in the clip is Ferg's gold fronts. The Harlem rapper dedicates the song to the late Notorious B.I.G. and mimics a flow similar to the late rapper on his 'Ready to Die' track 'Machine Gun Funk.'
'40 Below' appears on the collaborative SXSW Social mixtape by DJ Whoo Kid, Flat Fitty and Mass Appeal magazine.