After announcing the project earlier this week, A$AP Twelvyy has now delivered his sophomore album, Before Noon. The project marks his first independent full-length following his RCA Records debut in 2017, 12.
Clocking in at 14 tracks that run just over 35 minutes, the A$AP Mob member’s latest project continues to showcase Twelvyy’s lyrically-forward approach to hip-hop. Treading a fine line between the underground and the mainstream, Twelvyy belts out a slew of hard-nosed bars atop of left-field, psychedelic trap beats. For the solo effort, he’s recruited fellow Mob member A$AP Ant, as well as Lunchbox, Billz, Raw, Day Nailer, and Lago 2.0.
You can stream A$AP Twelvyy’s Before Noon below.
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— La Li Lu Le Lo (@AsapTwelvyy) April 3, 2020