Complex and P are set to release his new project on February 21st. So a week before it hits the ‘net, here’s the official artwork and tracklist for the tape. 01. Intro (Redemption Songs) produced by Little People 02. Lay Low ft. French Montana produced by Harry Fraud 03. That’s Nasty produced by Sid Roams 04. Extreme produced by Havoc 05. I’m From The Trap ft. French Montana produced by Havoc 06. Make A Hole ft. Havoc and Lady Luck produced by Havoc 07. Great Spitters ft. Cory Gunz produced Havoc 08. They Scared ft. Havoc and Waka Flocka produced by Havoc 09. Slaughterhouse produced by SC 10. Getting Closer ft Havoc and Estelle produced by Justice League 11. Look In My Life produced by Mr. Porter
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Amazon reveals the artwork and track list for Maino’s sophomore album The Day After Tomorrow now dropping on February 28th. 1. Intro 2. Never Gon’ Stop 3. Make That Money 4. Nino Brown 5. Need A Way Out (featuring Mista Raja) 6. Unstoppable 7. Gangstas Aint Dead (featuring Push Montana and Mouse) 8. Cream (featuring T.I and Meek Mill) 9. Let It Fly (featuring Roscoe Dash) 10. That Could Be Us (featuring Robbie Nova) 11. A Dream 12. Heart Stop 13. Heaven For A G 14. Messiah 15. Glad To Be Alive 16. Day After Tomorrow
A$AP Rocky along with designer Jeremy Scott, make their cover debut on Complex. Read it here. Complex: Why do you think hip-hop is so fascinated with fashion and vice versa? A$AP ROCKY: As black people it was our thing to show that we’re not living in poverty and that we can afford extravagant things—that kind of stuck with us. So when our great-grandparents were putting on their favorite outfits, it was to put on a front for the hard time. And hip-hop is a bunch of people that never had nothing. Fashion is just an expression. It’s an art. It expresses your taste. Good taste is important in hip-hop. I wake up saying I’m going to look the best I can and do what the fuck I want to do. And that’s what it’s all about. I don’t know if I articulated it good because im pretty high right now—and I have a lisp and I’m going to Mars right now. Jeremy Scott: [Laughs]. The thing is hip-hop is one of the only communities that really started its own trends. A$AP ROCKY: Wow. Jeremy Scott: That’s why I’ve always been inspired by hip-hop artists, because they transform things—even just the jean, turning it around, inside out, sagging it—all these different things. Yes, of course we get little things from other music movements, but hip-hip has been like, Pow! It’s really inspiring and it’s the only new music that has come along in eons. Rock and roll has been around—it’s changing forms. But hip-hip is major.
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