ASAP Mob Announce New Album Due Out October 15

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We learned that ASAP Rocky pretty much winged it on Sunday at the MTV Video Music Awards, awkwardly announcing ASAP Ferg‘s new album Trap Lord would be “in stores now” after Jason Collins gave a heartfelt support to the gay community. One thing he didn’t shoehorn into his time in front of the cameras was a new ASAP Mob album, the followup to their 2012 mixtape Lords Never Worry.

The ringleader ASAP Rocky will no doubt be joined by the rest of his similarly-prefixed mob, though there are no confirmed guests and the album is yet to be titled. We do know, however, the album is due out October 15 (via Pitchfork).

Recently, the ASAP Mob got together at Hot97 in New York for a protracted freestyle with Funkmaster Flex — notably ASAP Ferg fires back at Kendrick Lamar’s now infamous “Control” verse. Meet most of the Mob in the massive posse cipher below:

For a more refined approach to the Mob, watch ASAP Rocky and ASAP Ferg come together for their song “Shabba” off of ASAP Ferg’s Trap Lord which, yes, is in stores now. 

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