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    ASAP Twelvy - 12 album cover

    A$AP Twelvyy*12

    Label:RCA – 88866-44697-2
    Format:
    CD, Album
    Country:US
    Released:
    Genre:Hip Hop
    Style:Thug Rap

    Tracklist

    1Castle Hell
    ProducerHector Delgado (2)
    3:19
    2Bamboo (skit)
    FeaturingFredro Starr
    0:56
    3Strapped
    ProducerP On The Boards
    3:17
    4Diamonds
    FeaturingASAP Rocky
    ProducerFinatik N Zac
    3:00
    5L.Y.B.B. (Resolution)
    ProducerP On The Boards
    2:46
    6Uncle Mikey (skit)1:15
    7Hop Out
    FeaturingASAP Ferg
    ProducerMaaly Raw
    2:45
    8Yea Yea Yea (Maps)
    ProducerHarry Fraud
    3:13
    9Ea$tSideGho$t
    FeaturingASAP Ant, ASAP Nast, MD$
    ProducerMD$
    3:25
    10A Glorious Death
    FeaturingFlatbush Zombies
    ProducerErick Arc Elliott
    3:46
    11Riviera
    FeaturingJoey Bada$$, Telana
    ProducerTHC (20)
    3:04
    12Sunset Park
    ProducerP On The Boards
    2:47
    13Periodic Table
    ProducerDwayne Shippy
    2:53
    14Brothers
    FeaturingSmooky MarGielaa
    ProducerMechsicko
    2:30
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    DJCVR's profile picture
    DJCVR
    I wonder why "12" did not have 12 tracks? No matter, with only a few slip ups with attempts to dabble in the melody mumble lane (which primarily was on all the tracks featuring mainstream Ferg) , Twelvyy delivers a solid major label debut here - complete with wise interludes and pop culture references (see: "Hop Out") out the ass. If Polo Grounds put as much focus was put on this release as they did with the other A$AP cats, hip-hop would be in a better place.
    Etheral in instances yet consistent with "thuggin' noise" , "12" is mixtape A$AP brought to the mainstream with minor compromise, making this one of the strongest efforts from the collective to ever hit stores.
    And that Flatbush Zombies appearance on "A Glorious Death" - that has to be the best I have hear from them since those two camps mixed it up on "Lords Never Worry".
    FreezyPazzy's profile picture
    FreezyPazzy
    If one of the 3 people owning the CD could post a few pics, it would be nice. The CD is nowhere to be found online, I wonder where it can be bought. Thanks in advance.