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  • Song by American hip hop recording artist ASAP Rocky from his debut studio album, Long. Live. ASAP . Produced by Hit-Boy, and features additional verses from fellow American rappers Kendrick Lamar, Joey Badass, Yelawolf, Danny Brown, Action Bronson and Big K.R.I.T. The song is a posse cut created to feel like an "original '90s underground track." Wikipedia

  • Electric Body

    Song by American hip hop recording artist ASAP Rocky, taken from Rocky's second studio album At. Long. Last. ASAP . The song, produced by Hector Delgado with add prod by Danger Mouse and Teddy Walton, features a guest appearance from Rocky's frequent collaborator and fellow American rapper Schoolboy Q. Wikipedia

  • Song by American hip hop recording artist ASAP Rocky, taken from Rocky's debut studio album Long. Live. ASAP (2013). The song, produced by T-Minus alongside Nikhil Seetharam, features a guest appearance from Rocky's frequent collaborator and fellow American rapper Schoolboy Q. Wikipedia

  • Long Live ASAP

    Song by American hip hop recording artist ASAP Rocky. Released on December 18, 2012 as the first promotional single from his debut album Long.Live.ASAP. Wikipedia

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    • On January 31, 2016, Twelvyy released a freestyle of ASAP Rocky's "1 Train", which appeared on Rocky's debut album Long. Live. ASAP (2013).ASAP Twelvyy-Wikipedia
    • His debut studio album Long. Live. A$AP (2013) was also well received by critics and debuted at number one on the Billboard 200.ASAP Rocky-Wikipedia
    • It was released on October 24, 2012, as the second single from Rocky's debut studio album Long. Live. ASAP (2013), and was later released to radio on November 27, 2012.Fuckin' Problems-Wikipedia
    • Rocky recorded his debut studio album Long. Live. A$AP, along with several producers, such as Clams Casino, Hit-Boy, Friendzone, A$AP Ty Beats, Soufein3000 and Joey Fat Beats.ASAP Rocky-Wikipedia
    • The record serves as a sequel from Rocky's previous studio effort Long. Live. ASAP (2013).At. Long. Last. ASAP-Wikipedia
    • From September to November, Hanley appeared alongside Danny Brown and ASAP Mob as supporting acts for ASAP Rocky's 40-date national Long. Live. ASAP Tour.Schoolboy Q-Wikipedia

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