“Hands On The Wheel” ScHoolboy Q. Featuring A$AP Rocky
Yes, we’re starting off with A$AP Rocky. So what. The A$AP Mob leader devours his verse on ScHoolboy Q’s Habits & Contradictions cut, thereby making it a very necessary contribution to Q’s breakout project.
“Game 7” Smoke DZA Featuring A$AP Twelvyy
While A$AP Twelvvy’s extensive bars on Smoke DZA’s track were pretty hot, his hook on the track is what sticks. His cadence as he says, “First of the month, package straight/Kicks is new, my rent is late” is just too cool.
“Ghetto Symphony” A$AP Rocky Featuring Gunplay & A$AP Ferg
A$AP Ferg provides best in show on this A$AP Rocky track. Not even Gunplay’s yelling could beat Ferg’s position as cleanup on this one. The only thing is he claims he’ll be rapping like Big Boi, but he kind of sounds like Cookie Monster on the song.
“Wildside” T.I. Featuring A$AP Rocky
People have both positively and negatively referenced that A$AP Rocky’s flow sounds more Southern than it does Harlem. On this track it plays in his favor as he assists T.I. and it sounds like two Atlanta dudes passing the mic to each other.
“Click Clack” YG Featuring A$AP Ferg
A song about lining up bodies arguably gets a big boost of life from A$AP Ferg’s bars. His sing-songy raps are a perfect balance of talking threats and just keeping to a melody, which is (dare we say) sometimes difficult for YG to do on his own.