Project Pat, A$AP Twelvyy, Smoke DZA and Trae The Truth all have one thing in common, and that’s their love for professional wrestling. Today, they combine that with their lyrical abilities on the mic and gives us wrestling-themed raps on “Scorpion Death Drop,” produced by Harry Fraud.
You can check out the full Parts Unknown project, presented by Odd Sox and The Sparks Foundation, now on Mass Appeal.
A$AP Twelvyy unravels a gem from 2012 with “Motivation.” The Alchemist-produced cut features Da$h and legendary AZ and will likely find itself on 12vy’s upcoming project 2127301090. In the meantime check out the track below and cop your LYBB merch today.
We’ve teamed up with Hi-Grade Agency to bless three (3) lucky fans each with a pair of tickets to this years 3rd Annual Brooklyn + Queens Day Festival! It all goes down June 2nd at Verboten in Brooklyn and will feature performances by A$AP Twelvyy, A$AP Ant, Bodega BAMZ, Ken Rebel, Manolo Rose and more. The rules are simple, just follow @ASAPMOB and @HiGradeAgency on Twitter and Retweet the Tweet below. Please remember this event is 21+.
Winners will be chosen randomly June 1st at noon (12pm) EST and contacted with information on how to claim their tickets. Not feeling so lucky? Tickets are available for purchase via Ticketfly.
UPDATE: Due to the fact that BQF is no longer taking place on June 2nd, we have postponed announcing any winners until the festival is rescheduled. You can follow Hi-Grade Agency for the latest updates.
A$AP Twelvyy and A$AP Ant are set to take the stage in Brooklyn on June 2nd for the third annual Brooklyn + Queens Day Festival. The event will take place at Verboten with doors opening at 5pm. You can cop tickets here. Be sure to come out to see 12vy, Addie, Bodega Bamz, Ken Rebel, Manolo Rose, and more perform.
Before A$AP Twelvyy was a rising star in the rap world, he was an aspiring ball player. That ended at age 11 when he hit a game winner at a tournament in Queens and decided he’d conquered basketball and would focus on rap. In the premier episode of our new series Pick Ups, Fernando Perez heads up to the Bronx to meet Twelvyy on the courts at his native Castle Hill Projects to revisit his glory days and talk about how Lil B blessed the Knicks.