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A$AP Rocky - LiveLoveA$AP Album Review | DEHH

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Published on Nov 17, 2011

A$AP Rocky has generated a lot of buzz lately. His mixtape, LiveLoveA$AP, has been heavily requested for a review here on Dead End Hip Hop. A$AP Rocky is a Harlem native with a love for Houston music. What happens when you mix the two together? Well, Dead End Hip Hop has the breakdown on A$AP Rocky's LiveLoveA$AP mixtape and A$AP himself.

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Comments • 751

Zakuma101
Lyrically Asap mediocre, but that album as a whole is awesome.
myjahleesa
ASAP Rocky is not  a good rapper but the album is good. The beats are good. It is fun. It is a unique sound. I love it.
slunkzilla
c-town apologized for what he's saying here in alla review. good job rocky
DJDinnerPlaTe
Dislike. This album is fire. How can you not like the tracks on? Bass goes fucking hard. Peso is gold. Trilla and Houston Old Head are dope & chillin
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Dylan DelGiudice
This is easily one of the most influential mixtapes of the 2010s so far. It's definitely a grower
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Brian Smithson
Lol 3 years later they love ASAP 
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Terry Bailey
its a fuckin classic in my opinion and its a case of being an artist rather than an lyricist but he was doing something that was innovative and show that he could be influenced by something without bittin the style i love it
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mistahmst
People really need to stop using a rapper's age as a copout for making wack music. If rappers like LL, Rakim, Big Daddy Kane, Ice Cube, Tupac, Biggie, Outkast, Nas, etc. were able to make classics at young ages, then there is no excuse.
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A.J. D
Damn they were hating on Flacko, shows you folks don't like unique shit. Not surprising since they dislike Based God as well
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Christopher Moon
asap is noooot at all on lil b's level. he's much better. idk what you guys were hearing
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