“It’s the year of the A$AP.” To start collecting that payback from those who slept on the group (who would actually do that?!?), A$AP Mob member A$AP Twelvyy has released Xscape, a new single slated for inclusion on the Mob’s forthcoming full-length. The slow, Eric Clapton-ish beat provides the opportunity for Twelvyy to contemplate everything going on around him, including the loss of friends to both death and prison. Instead of using a mirror on his wall as motivation, the New York native simply understands what he needs to do everyday; not because he wants to, but because he has no other choice. With his team on the front page of The Source, and buzz growing by the day, their time to shine appears to be now. Xscape, which you can now purchase on iTunes, follows December release Trillmatic, both of which will find a home on major label Mob debut, L.O.R.D..
Written by Bryan H on 04/23/14
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