A$AP Twelvyy has entered beast mode in 2017. The young Bronx rapper released his first single off of his upcoming album roughly a week ago and now he is back with another one. "Yea Yea Yea (Maps)" is something we are not used to seeing from Twelvyy. He usually decides to hop on a heavily influenced New York boom bap style of instrumental but this time he went for something a bit hazier and trap influenced. Twelvyy connected with Harry Fraud for this one and it couldn't have worked out any better. The track offers a steady drum pattern throughout the entire track that really stands out followed by a slow, and sort of hypnotic melody looped for the melody. This sets Twelvyy up to show that no matter what instrumental he gets on, he is going to catch a body. The rapper brings slower tempo to this focusing more on his flow than lyricism. With that being said, it isn't like he isn't bringing some solid bars here. This is just what Tewlvyy fans have been looking for and it definitely helps bring even more hype for his debut album coming this year. Check out the track above.
A$AP Twelvyy is back with another track "Yea Yea Yea (Maps)"
1 month ago by Tyler Clerkin