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  • A$AP Ferg announced that A$AP Mob would release their debut album after the release of his solo debut album Trap Lord, on August 20, 2013.ASAP Mob-Wikipedia
  • His debut studio album Trap Lord was released on August 20, 2013, and was met with generally positive reviews.ASAP Ferg-Wikipedia
  • In July 2013, ASAP Ferg announced that ASAP Mob would release their debut album after the release of his solo debut album Trap Lord.ASAP Nast-Wikipedia
  • Lopez was then announced to make a feature appearance on A$AP Ferg's debut album Trap Lord before joining his first nationwide tour 'Turnt x Burnt' as a supporting act the following Fall.Aston Matthews-Wikipedia
  • On June 2, 2013, while revealing Trap Lord would feature guest appearances from hip hop groups Bone Thugs-n-Harmony and Onyx, Ferg announced that the album would be released on August 20, 2013.ASAP Ferg-Wikipedia
  • It was released on July 16, 2013 as the second single from his debut studio album Trap Lord (2013).Shabba (song)-Wikipedia
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  • ksubi’s impact on pop culture can be seen in numerous musical references including Leaving Los Feliz by Mark Ronson from the 2015 album Uptown Special as well as the song Lord by A$ap Ferg Ft. Bone Thugs n Harmony from the 2013 Trap Lord.Ksubi-Wikipedia

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