A$AP Mob Performs 'Crazy Brazy' on 'The Late Show'
A$AP Mob transformed “The Late Show” into an insane asylum during their music video-like performance of “Crazy Brazy” on Thursday night (Jan. 12).
After an introduction from host Stephen Colbert, the Harlem crew assumed their roles as patients. With help from a nurse, A$AP Rocky was wheeled onto the stage to kick off the Mob’s set.
Of course, Rocky wasn’t in the asylum alone. He was joined by comrades A$AP Twelvvy, Key, and A$AP Ferg in a straitjacket. Meanwhile, nurses checked their temperature and tried to keep order. Even the audience got in on the “brazy” fun, donning white hospital gowns.
“Crazy Brazy” is a single off A$AP Mob’s album Cozy Tapes Vol. 1: Friends-. Released on Halloween, the project features appearances by Wiz Khalifa, Tyler, the Creator, Juicy J, Onyx, Lil Yachty, and Lil Uzi Vert, among others.
Their “Late Show” performance airs ahead of the group’s Yams Day celebration in honor of their late founder, A$AP Yams. Slated to take place Jan. 18 at The Theater at Madison Square Garden, Yams Day is now sold out.
Watch the Mob go “Crazy Brazy” below.