Since breaking onto the scene in 2010, A$AP Ferg has become one of the most beloved and one-of-a-kind artists in today's generation of hip-hop. The 27-year-old Harlem, N.Y. native, along with his fellow A$AP Mob members, have helped push the New York sound into new creative directions. With their unique sense of style, they've helped redefine the close relationship between fashion and hip-hop.

Keeping the tradition alive of breaking boundaries in hip-hop, A$AP Ferg has had some pretty cool and interesting moments in 2015 thus far. From blessing a couple's wedding to hosting the first youth Health Fair in Harlem, the Hood Pope in his own ways, has managed to make an impact like no other.

Adding to his already interesting and successful 2015, Ferg launched his much-anticipated Traplord x Adi-Ease footwear and apparel collaboration with Adidas Skateboarding at Art Basel in Miami earlier this month. Along with the shoe launch, the rapper uncovered his work as a formally-trained fine artist and fashion designer.

Right before the event launch, he opened up to XXL about teaming up with Adidas. "I just seen what they’ve been doing with all of the artists from Nicki Minaj, Big Sean, 2 Chainz and every rapper you can basically think about," the MC said. "It’s just how they blew up and took their brand to a newer level just culture-wise, and how in tune they are with the culture. It felt only right for me to go to Adidas. I wear Adidas on a regular. I love what they did with Raf Simons, Jeremy Scott. I’ve always worn Y-3, so I’ve been a big fan of the brand for a long time, so it was blessing for me to work with them."

As Trap Lord fans await the release of the Ferg's sophomore project, Always Strive and Prosper, set for a January 2016 release, XXL presents you some of Ferg's most interesting moments in 2015.

  • Blesses a Couple’s Wedding

    The Hood Pope surprised an Australian couple during their wedding with a personal blessing in November.

  • Directs Future's Music Video

    In November, Future unveiled stills from his “Thought It Was a Drought” video on Instagram, which is directed by none other than A$AP Ferg.

  • Launches Health Fair in Harlem

    The rapper held his first annual Ferg Health Fair in Harlem in August. With free health checks and an intimate conversation with the Trap Lord, Ferg raised the bar with this innovative event for the youth.

  • Stars in Fashion Film With Astrid Andersen

    The "Shabba" rhymer teamed up with well-known menswear designer Astrid Andersen to create an exclusive track and a unique fashion film for Spring/Summer 2016 collection.

  • Records Music Video for “Dope Walk” on His iPhone

    A$AP Ferg released his visual for “Dope Walk,” a song from his Ferg Forever mixtape, at the start of the year. Recorded strictly on an iPhone, the Trap Lord features supermodel Cara Delevingne in the visual as well as other celebrities during NYFW in February.

  • Hosts Show at Art Basel

    At Miami's Art Basel earlier this month, the Hood Pope teamed up with Adidas for a photo exhibit and art showcase honoring the late A$AP Yams. Ferg performed "Work," among other tracks, while fans took a look at a large scale canvas he painted of Yams. Last year marked the first time the mainstream got a chance to witness A$AP Ferg get busy with the paint.

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