PLACES+FACES is back with a new episode, this time featuring an exclusive freestyle from A$AP Twelvyy, A$AP Nast and A$AP Ant. Check it out above.
New music from A$AP Twelvyy this evening, as he drops “Heaven Can Wait” ft. E Millz. Listen to the A$AP P On The Boards-produced record below.
$ha Hef lets out a quick street treat in the form of this A$AP Twelvyy-assisted track “Mob Season.” Look for $ha’s album Super Villain to drop on August 18th. In the meantime, stream the A$AP P On The Boards-produced cut below.
Check out this new music video from Billz Raw and E Millz, two of A$AP Twelvyy’s up & coming artists, for their track “Ridin Round Da Bronx.”
Today marks the release of Statik Selektah’s seventh studio album, appropriately titled Lucky 7. The album features many guest appearances, including one from A$AP Twelvyy on “Silver Lining,” which also features Kirk Knight and Chauncy Sherod. You can stream the cut below.
Purchase this track as well as the whole project now via iTunes.
A$AP Twelvyy surprised fans with a new song last night, releasing “LORD (Love Over Riches & Death)” via his Soundcloud. Stream the Buda Da Future & Grandmuzik-produced joint below.
Get an exclusive look at a day in the life of 2014-2015 NBA Slam Dunk Contest champion Zach LaVine, as he goes around NYC, grabs lunch with the Mob, and more.
A$AP Twelvyy teams up with Meech and Erick Arc Elliott of the Flatbush Zombies for their latest offering titled “Half-Time.” Stream below.
This Is Melo sits down for an exclusive interview with A$AP Twelvyy.
A$AP Twelvyy drops the video for his P on the Boards-produced cut “Glock Rivers,” which he dropped earlier this summer. Watch the Goldrush directed visual above.
Twelvyy’s solo project is coming soon, until then you can catch him on select dates of the Clockwork Indigo tour with Flatbush Zombies & The Underachievers.
A$AP Twelvy is a man of the people. The Mob member may tour the world with his A$AP brethren, but when home in Harlem he’s hooping with his boys or getting his stats up in 2K like the rest of us. In either event, 2-12’s rotation ranges from reflective runners to sole swapped classics, still making room for current KDs and can’t miss collabs. Find out exactly what Twelvy’s rocking in the latest My 5.
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