A$AP Yams promises the A$AP Mob will "deliver" on their upcoming LP, A$AP Ferg still eyeing options for his next music video.
A$AP Mob member A$AP Rocky kicked off the year with his debut album LongLiveA$AP and was later followed by A$AP Ferg who dropped his debut, Trap Lord, earlier in the month, and it now appears that the A$AP crew plan on releasing a joint album this fall to close the year out.
A$AP Yams, who was joined by A$AP Ferg, revealed the exact release date for the currently untitled project while speaking with Vibe.com on the MTV Video Music Awards red carpet this week.
“Listen, all I gotta say is A$AP Mob album, October 15. I ain’t wanna say the date, but the day got leaked to the internet. October 15, about to hit ‘em fourth quarter again…Untitled for now, but we going to deliver,” said Yams.
Prior to A$AP Yams sharing the release date for the A$AP Mob joint album, A$AP Ferg was asked what his next music video might be and according to the rapper, he plans on going with whatever the fan favorite is.
“I’m not sure. I’m just tryna feel it out. See what the fans favorites is,” the “Shabba” rapper revealed.
The upcoming LP will serve as the A$AP Mob’s debut album and follows the release of their debut project Lords Never Worry, which was released on August 28, 2012.
Video of A$AP Ferg and A$AP Yams' red carpet interview can be found below (via HotNewHipHop).