During an interview with XXL, A$AP's manager, A$AP Yams, declared 2014 as the "worst year in rap music ever" and it looks like the Mob is taking it upon thesmselves to resurrect hip-hop in 2015. While out in Germany, the Mob sat down with Highsnobiety for an interview about Europe's hip-hop culture and plans for the 2015. From what Rocky says, as many as four A$AP projects--including Flacko's sophomore album--will drop next year.

"We got Ferg coming out with a mixtape project soon," said Rocky. "Right after him, my sophomore. Right after that, the Mob tape and hopefully another Ferg's album. We're really tryin' to smash y'all muthafuckas in 2015, man. We're really tryin' to influence culture and give people a reason to listen to listen to music and enjoy lifestyle. It really don't take much to be happy in life and we're trying to show people that shit...I ain't been happy like this in a while. I ain't been having this much fun in a while. With this type of energy being invested into my music, the possibilities are endless. It's like old times...I feel reckless again. Be ready."

Flacko season has returned.

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