October 25, 2013 at 00:52:59 Oct 25, 2013 @ 00:52
fuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuckk no gtfo here with that shitASAP Rocky's alright. He's just like Lil Wayne, only that Rocky's a better rapper.
Hes saying that when things really should be poppin people dont catch on until its over, and then they're like "i wish it was like back then""It's not really about who run what," A$AP said yesterday when asked about this. "Everybody got its time, but people don't want to enjoy that until it's gone."
tell me if this makes any sense.
new niggas are pretty whack bro, i listen to them just to hear the garbage thats being put out nowadays.
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what mic did rocky record with?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:
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