The Trap Lord serves a dual role as the “Hood Pope” in his latest track.
Previously: Tracklistings: A$AP Ferg’s ‘Trap Lord’
This is nice. I actually ran it back.
Alright. I’m sold. I can not wait for this album.
You can just feel the mid 90’s DJ Uneek influence.
This dude is so much more talented than that SHITTY verse on “Ghetto Symphony”, thank god. I’ll be copping this.
3 hits in a row like MJ (heehee)
The album’s looking good so far.
Also, don’t sleep on the fact that it’s only 13 tracks. That’s a very, very good length to have if all of these songs play as well as “Work,” “Shabba” and “Hood Pope.”
If we could take all of the other verses off Work, and just have it be Q’s verse five times in a row, we’d be golden.
I must be the only one who rocked with Trinidad James’ verse on there
Naw I rocked with it too. Hell I even rocked with French’s. (I seriously just said that. And meant it.)
Oh so now yall wanna come to the sermon? *Ushers everyone in.*
I’m sayin, it was just the other day niggas was bashing Ferg somethin serious
CuDi like melody. Midwest influences all up in ASAP formulas. But it works.” I dig. I dig.” – Varnel Hill
Comment section looking like the complete opposite of the other day lol. Ferg batting 1.000 with these singles so far to me.
That cover is just simple ignorance.
no im here now let me help yall turn down…bout to piss in yall cheerios and shit.
production carries the whole asap crew they grabbed waka on the album just to make sure their ATL trap pass didnt get revoked….took advantage of the fact gucci and waka was beefing to try and ad some authenticity to this fake extension of the trap music. asap will always be looked at like the harlem niggas on the south dick…
Niggas knew all of this already tho.
The use of religious iconography for bullshit rap songs is getting out of hand. With that being said, this is aight.