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Whatever the fuck this is – Volume 2

The second instalment to the visual magazine.

Back again, with new music, videos and more. Click the image below to view..


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A$AP Twelvyy – Yea Yea Yea (Maps)

Not long after Strapped, Twelvyy drops his new track

“La Musica De Harry Fraud”, you already know what time it is when you hear that now infamous tag, as this new cut from Twelvyy, produced by the ever-wavy Harry Fraud, is keeping that New York resurgence in motion. He really is dope with these abstract tracks, as he looks to cement his legacy, speaking on such, “legacies forever, legends everlasting”.

A$AP Mob have not slowed down since their initial arrival on the scene, and it appears clear that Twelvyy is hungrier than ever as he delivers these introspective joints. Along with Harry Fraud, it’s a different sound for the two, and so I look forward to hearing more.

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A$AP Twelvyy – Strapped

“Show these n**gaz”

While Rocky and Ferg may have flourished further, it would be wrong to assume that is where the talent ends, as Twelvyy drops another couple minutes of dopeness, with Strapped

“Hot boy, rolling with the Juveniles..”

Although Twelvyy has been enjoying mild success with his LYBB (Last Year Being Broke), (a personal favourite) and it’s supporting merchandise unfolding into a whole new brand of it’s own, not to mention a spot on the new Puma commercial, he brings you this hard-hitting, introspective cut, reminding you where it all started.

The Mob certainly have a variety of styles, and like Nast, Twelvyy has a distinct tone and aggression with which he tackles the bars, coasting cool over the beat. With more heat tucked away, be sure to not only hear but see Twelvyy more as he looks to breakout further.


The song has been circulating, with many praising and finally getting more from Twelvyy as he cements his style, to add to that, the visuals are released, with a similar abstract appeal. It’s raw and introspective, much like the track, with personal footage featuring more members of the mob, as well as a Yams mural (RIP). The emotion that the song itself has, is naturally portrayed through the series of clips and looks to establish a foundation for Twelvyy as he looks to build upon and succeed further.

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