https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eOG_pVhXKVU

Montreality has unearthed an archived interview with the deceased A$AP mastermind

Less than two weeks ago, news broke that A$AP Yams, the beloved heartbeat of the A$AP Mob and dear friend to many of its members, passed away for reasons that have yet to be made public. Since then, the outpour of support for both his family and the brotherhood he left behind has been plentiful and unrelenting, be it Twitter or a tribute article in The New York Times.

Today, Montreality, a platform known for its in-depth video interviews, has unarchived a conversation they had this past summer with the late, great A$AP Yams. For about 15 minutes, Yams chats with his homies up north about everything from being a badass in school, to the industry’s attempts to separate him from A$AP Rocky. Even if Yams was still alive today, this would most certainly have been a great watch, but in light of recent events, there’s added weight and significance to one of his last interviews.

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