This, seriously. Artists like 2 Chainz cater to a certain market. He's obviously not meant to be lyrically deep, but in the same token, neither is Rocky really. Granted, I don't believe that it takes away from either one of them as artists, but they've got their lanes, as does every single song on the album. Fuckin Problems is not only a big fuck you to critics as was previously stated, but it's also a banger that gets the club popping.haha keep an open mind and go clubbing and you'll learn to let people like 2 chainz grow on you
"Mami in that Tom Ford, papi in that Thom Browne"I wasnt feelin fashion killa, until I bumped it on repeat when I was playing madden. I think its the catchiest song off the whole record. repeat worthy.
The whole albums dope. I didnt think you could top liveloveasap but this album def blew it out the water
Don't badmind me.
I agree with the inconsistency. Barely any of the southern flavor that was on the mixtape.Could have delt without Fashion Killa, although I get the point of the song, it could have been so much better, and could have had a way better choice of instrumental to fit the title of the song.
Could have also delt without Wild For The Night. The song is okay, but it should have been a bonus track. It doesn't fit the album well in my opinion.
Wild For The Night and Fuckin' Problems should have been bonus tracks.
There is no excuse that A$AP Rocky has a couple other songs in his harddrives to replace those three, but oh well.
I Come Apart (feat. Florence Welch) is still my favorite song on the album. Honorable mentions to LVL, Hell, and Angels.
Live.Love.A$AP really fooled his fanbase. His incosistency of sound from the mixtape to the album was highly noticeable obviously.
Having only two Clams Casino tracks really made me feel as if something was missing from the album. But Rocky is in the means of
making "Art". So I guess I understand why his album and mixtape sounds so differently from eachother.
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Don't blame the artist. Blame the internet.Why is every poppin rapper feminine as fuck these days. For real I fuck with danny and rocky, but heads seem too be pushing faggot buttons just to see if they can get a pass. Peso video was hood as fuck, slowly rocky is being less that and more asap rupaul. When I started listening to Danny he had cornrows and fitteds, talkin bout sellin crack. If youre gay do it up, if you like to be feminine, do it up, do you, but personally I can't find a place for that in hip-hop, shit goes together like ketchup and toothpaste. Its not just the style, the expression, the twitter cat fights.... idk man when I got into hip-hop LOX was on top, DMX was on top, JAY-Z was on top in du-rags, I saw those videos, I saw those dudes, that was cool to me, I can't imagine kids these days listening to rap thinking rocking dresses and leather nut huggers is whats cool... and what music is representing the hood right now anyway? Nobody in the hood is trying to get down on that shit. Granted they still have Jeezy, French, Meek, and Keef, but other than Meek and sometimes Jeezy that shit is just for coolin on some dumb shit. Idk I might be talkin outta my ass... dumbass rant over feel free to flame or agree or feel how you feel bout that.
Originally posted by Inactive UserHey guys,
researching for my upcoming press release about this, when I came across
the forum. My name is Kevin Andreas, and I sang, and came up with
the melody for the hook on ASAP Rocky's Peso. I also played and wrote
the electric guitar parts on 'Toast to the Gods,' and engineered,
produced the vocal sessions, and mixed much of his first mixtape right
before he was signed to SONY. It is arguable that his early success is
much attributed to the hook that I helped write and perform.. Anyway, I
am going to be launching a pretty sizable campaign in a month or so,
stating that I've not only done that record, but are releasing an album
myself. I would really appreciate it if you guys could help me spread
the word in the hip hop community. Below are links to my project's
page, and you can find me on Facebook there as well. It's been a long
process trying to receive proper credit and compensation for what I did
for that record, but that will be coming to light soon. I
appreciate any help, and I will be posting in a few other forums today.
And here is a link to my recording studio in Brooklyn, where we payed down much of the tracks: