A$AP Ferg is spreading his gospel around the city of Harlem in his new music video "Hood Pope." He's not the only star of the video though. Also featured in "Hood Pope" are a number of rambunctious children who Ferg happens to know. "All of those kids are like kids from my block in my neighborhood," he says. "Basically it's just showing hungry kids robbing and stealing so they can feed their friends and family." The concept plays off television commercials that ask people to donate money to children. "People who are feeding the hungry, we never know where the money actually goes," Ferg states. The middle man is cut out in "Hood Pope."

Song produced by VERYRVRE. Visuals by Shomi Patwary and A$AP Ferg.



A$AP Ferg's debut studio album Trap Lord is out now

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