A$AP Ferg Switches It Up For Trinidad-Inspired “Petit Valley”


Hood Pope A$AP Ferg recently returned from a trip to Trinidad, and as a gift to fans he brought back a new single that sounds like nothing he has done before.

Taking cues from Caribbean music and traditional pop music, “Petit Valley” arrived online today with all the makings of a top 40 hit and none of Ferg’s signature aggression. It seems a little time in the sun has treated the Brooklyn rapper well, and the results, while unlikely to be duplicated again anytime soon, prove Ferg is more than a one trick talent. You can stream the song below.

I made up a rumor just now that if you close your eyes and listen to this song with headphones on you can actually teleport to the annual Carnival celebration in Trinidad and escape your boring reality for a few brief moments. Go on, give it a try.

Ferg’s debut album, Trap Lord, is available now. He will next appear on A$AP Mob’s forthcoming compilation EP, but the track listing and exact release date has yet to be revealed.

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