The Harlem rapper is certainly not shying away from overhyping his upcoming "LongLiveA$AP" LP.
Eight songs down, two still to go, apparently.
The band teases that they may bring in a "electric guitar or a synthesizer" for their third album. Uh-huh.
"No one's really expecting anything so I can do what I want to do," says Bobby Ray of his upcoming rock project.
The group's fourth album, the semi-ironically self-titled "Paramore," will be released on April 9th.
Rounding up the week's latest studio buzz.
The Harlem rapper releases a barrage of newness during an appearance on BET's "106 & Park."
The "Idol" host proves the recently single Gomez' most trusted confidant, according to his Twitter timeline.
What comes after a re-up? Just a new product entirely?
And the "Take Me Home" lyric-dropping continues. Expect the full track to arrive on Monday.
Considering he wrote the track, we guess he's allowed.
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