The A$AP Mob and Friends Get Cozy at The Shrine Expo Hall in L.A.

by Flaunt Intern

A$AP Rocky | Photographed by Charde Kelly

A$AP Rocky | Photographed by Charde Kelly


It was a family affair last night (October 25)  as the whole A$AP Mob played the Shrine Auditorium and Expo Hall in Los Angeles for the latest stop of their Too Cozy tour. Accompanied by special guests Schoolboy Q, Rae Sremmurd, and DRAM, A$AP Rocky, Ferg, Nast, Ant, and Twelvyy ripped through songs from their pair of Cozy Tape projects.

Once the Cozy Boys DJ duo took the stage to stir up the masses on the general admission floor, the rap collective re-enacted their "Feels So Good" performance from Jimmy Fallon's Tonight Show on a giant on-stage screen before actually jumping on the stage to "Yamborghini High," which created a frenzy.

The Mob spent 90 minutes performing tracks from the Cozy Tapes with each artist getting a few solo segments as well. In a long-sleeved Golf tee designed by buddy Tyler, the Creator, Rocky performed "L$D" and "Lord Pretty Flacko Jodye 2." And it wouldn't have been right if Ferg (dipped in a black mesh adidas shirt) didn't wild out to "Work" and "Shabba." So those blasted, too.

Plus, the Mob brought out Schoolboy Q who ignited the crowd to "That Part" before Rae Sremmurd and DRAM blew the roof off the place, performing "Black Beatles," "Perplexing Pegasus" and "Gilligan," respectively.

Check out our gallery above for all of the action from last night's mosh session. Also, check out our latest conversation with Mob member A$AP Ferg here.


Written by Corey Fuller
All photos by Charde Kelly