A$AP Rocky and Tyler, The Creator Drop “Potato Salad”

“This ain’t a purse, it’s a satchel.”

A$AP Rocky and Tyler, The Creator just dropped “Potato Salad” on YouTube and AWGE DVD Vol. 3.

In the music video, the two rappers freestyle over Monica’s 2003 song “Knock Knock” in front of the Eiffel Tower.

The video also teases their upcoming project, “WANGSAP,” and even features a quick cameo from Jaden Smith.

It’s not the first time the two have appeared on a track together—and it definitely won’t be the last—Tyler can be heard on the Cozy Tapes Vol. 1: Friends album and A$AP is featured on Tyler’s 2017 hit “Who Dat Boy.

P.S. If you’re into design, definitely don’t miss out on AWGE’s website. AWGE is A$AP Rocky’s creative agency with two simple rules:

  1. NEVER REVEAL WHAT AWGE MEANS
  2. WHEN IN DOUBT REFER TO RULE ONE

It’s hard to describe without just having you click through the site. We think it’s stunning. It’s a pretty spectacular approach to modern web design, to say the least.

Photo: AWGE

What is AWGE?

AWGE is hard to define. It’s a collective of artists. It’s a creative agency. It’s a little bit of both?

It all started with a rebrand of A$AP Rocky’s Instagram featuring a new ‘digital installation’ introducing a few new members to the AWGE squad back in 2015, but the photos have since been removed.

We don’t know that much about AWGE, but we do know (loosely) who’s a part of the collective.

It features famous artists, like A$AP Rocky, Playboi Carti, and A$AP Ferg, as well as multidisciplinary creatives like Rob Gallardo, Matt Henson, and Shane Gonzales. Head over to AWGE’s website to see the rest of the team.

AWGE has worked on a couple hit music videos, as well as “Money Man,” a short film produced in partnership with Red Bull. The collective has also had a few behind-the-scenes fashion collaborations, but AWGE’s new website launch is really the first time they’ve publicly revealed anything about their inner workings.

Nobody knows what they’re going to do next. And quite frankly, that’s pretty cool in this day and age.

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