As part of the BestCoast Connection mini-tour, A$AP FERG & YG will be making a stop at Toronto's Sound Academy on November 19th. Tickets for the show are available now via Ticketmaster.
INK ENtertainment & AEG Live
A$AP Ferg & YG
BESTCOAST CONNECTION TOUR
Wednesday November 19, 2014
Doors: 8pm Show: 9pm
All-ages / General Admission
Advance Tickets $49.50 + $1.50 facility fee
ON SALE FRIDAY, OCTOBER 17th @10AM
AVAILABLE AT TICKETMASTER.COM
Fans will have the chance to purchase tickets, including exclusive Meet & Greet packages, which include VIP entry to the venue, and official snapback hat and a specially designed BestCoast Connection tour poster. A$AP Ferg may hail from a block in Harlem notoriously known as "Hungry Ham" (Hamilton Heights), but that never completely defined him. Whether it be launching clothing and jewellery lines or attending art school, he constantly bobbed and weaved past expectations. As a rapper, unpredictably remains his only calling card. The next member of the A$AP Mob collective to have a solo project, he can slip from gruff, gritty rhymes to soaring singing, and he does so seamlessly. On his A$AP Worldwide released mixtape, Trap Lord, he's got his own musical domain on lock.
Young Gangsta, more commonly known as YG, is an emcee from Compton, California. Since being inspired to rap by a hater's MySpace diss during his time at Paramount High School, he's gone on to release five mixtapes, and has collaborated with the likes of 2 Chainz, E-40, Kendrick Lamar, Travis Porter, Jeremih, Freddie Gibbs, Big Sean, Big K.R.I.T and more. YG owns and operates his own imprint, Pu$haz Ink, which is currently home to DJ Mustard (who acts as president), PC, Reem Riches, TeeCee48000 and Ty Dolla $ign. In March of this year, YG released his debut album My Krazy Life, featuring Drake, Rich Homie Quan, and ScHoolboy Q.
About INK Entertainment:
INK ENtertainment is Canada's leading lifestyle and entertainment company. Operating since 1982, INK has demonstrated enviable ability to read the pulse of ever-changing cultural times and tastes, responding with a host of successful enterprises, including Toronto's first poolside retreat Cabana Pool Bar, the Parisian themed Bistro La Societe (Toronto and Montreal), the deejay headlined VELD Music Festival and a number of trendy nightclubs, including UNIUN, Product, CUBE, Dragonfly, The Guvernment and Koolhaus Entertainment Complex, and Tattoo.