Chris Yee’s Comic Strip Review Of ASAP Ferg At The Metro Theatre
The Fergenstein brings Harlem flavour to Sydney City.
October 5, 2016

By Chris Yee // Introduction by Christopher Kevin Au

Fire up those ignorant rap airhorns: We have another infamous comic strip review courtesy of the don Chris Yee.

Every now and again, we like to give Chris a call and send him down to the latest hip-hop box socials hitting Sydney City. He’s gone and reviewed Action Bronson, Common and Hilltop Hoods, while we also waited patiently by his side while Tyga was two hours late to a gig on a school night. That was a kinda nice, very weird time. This time around, we sent Chris to witness the Trap Lord himself, ASAP Ferg at The Metro Theatre.

Since appearing alongside ASAP Rocky on Australian stages a few years back, Ferg has embarked on multiple headline tours and festival appearances of his own on our shores, delivering all that Big Apple flavour with unadulterated adrenaline and hooks for days. Off the back of his latest album Always Strive And Propser, Mr. Ferguson hit Sydney with his arsenal of bangers – see Chris’ animated thoughts below, and see more of his fuego work over on Instagram:

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