This Oct 11, Blaq Lyte is bringing A$AP Ferg to Airport Link Makkasan for his first ever Bangkok show.

The Harlem rapper is part of the A$AP Mob, a hip hop collective formed in 2006 known not only for their music but their fashion. Other members include A$AP Rocky—who visited Thailand earlier this year—A$AP Nast and many more.

After launching Devoni Clothing in 2005, Ferg pursued a career in rapping with support from his high-school friend Rakim Athelaston Mayers (A$AP Rocky), with whom he's collaborated on chart-topping hits like "Ghetto Symphony" and "Shabba."

Ferg's 2012 debut single "Work" kicked off his career, paving the way for his first album Trap Lord (2013), which debuted at number nine on the Billboard 200 chart and won him the title "Rookie of the Year" at the 2013 BET Hip Hop Awards. He's featured on tracks by big name artists including Ariana Grande ("Hands On Me"), while his iconic video for "Dope Walk," composed entirely of iPhone footage shot during New York Fashion Week, features appearances from Cara Delavingne, Rihanna, Beyonce, Kanye and more.

He'll be sharing the stage with supporting acts from the A$AP Mob including DJ J. Scott and L.A. party makers Shabbaaaaa, Drewbyrd and Sean G.

Bangkok party collective, Blaq Lyte, recently celebrated their third birthday with a party at Airport Link Makkasan. The unique venue sees an unused part of the train station transformed into an event space.

Regular tickets are B2,300 on Ticketmelon (groups can get a discounted price of B10,000 for five tickets).

Listen to "Work" below.