In the latest episode of Complex TV's The Neighborhood, A$AP Ferg takes us through his stomping grounds to give us a very personal tour of Harlem. He starts off on his block, 143rd between Broadway and Amsterdam Ave, at the Alexander Hamilton Playground—or "Hungry Ham" as he calls it. 

He goes on to show off the spots where they shot A$AP Rocky's "Peso" video and Ferg's "Hundred Million Roses" video. Afterward, he heads down to the basement studio where he painted with his friend Jay West growing up. He even shows off some of his own art.

And finally, he hits his former Catholic school, Our Lady of Lourdes. Ferg recalls times spent with a girl he used to have a crush on before getting shooed away while we're still filming. But it's all good because hey, lords never worry.

The Fergenstein recently dropped the remix to his street banger, "Work." His solo debut mixtape, Trap Lord, is coming soon. 

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