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New York rapper A$AP Rocky recently talked about his A$AP Mob‘s music plans and dished on when fans could get their hands on his own solo effort.

Barring any changes, Rocky said his follow-up to last year’s Long. Live. ASAP would arrive following group member A$AP Ferg‘s next mixtape.

“We got Ferg coming out with his mixtape project soon. Right after him, my sophomore. Right after that, the Mob tape and hopefully another Ferg album. We trying to smash on y’all motherf*ckers 2015. We’re just trying to really influence culture and give people a reason to listen to music and enjoy lifestyle. Because honestly, it really don’t take much to be happy in life and we’re trying to show people that sh*t. I ain’t been happy like this in a while. I ain’t have this much fun in a while.” (Highsnobiety TV)

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A$AP’s sidekick Yams announced a change in plans for the group’s studio release in September.

Fans of A$AP Mob will now have to wait longer for the proper follow-up to their 2012 mixtape Lord$ Never Worry, as A$AP Yams recently announced on his personal Tumblr that L.O.R.D. has been scrapped. The Mob have released a handful of records intended for the project over the last year, including “Trillmatic,” “Xscape,” and most recently “Hella Hoes.” (Complex)

The L.O.R.D. project was initially expected to arrive last winter.

ASAP Mob is releasing their heavily anticipated L.O.R.D. group album on March 4th. The collective cut will feature new collaborations from ASAP Rocky, A$AP Ferg, ASAP Twelvyy, ASAP Nast, ASAP Ant, and we’re assuming an all-star supporting cast of guest appearances. Since an official tracklist and cover art have yet to surface, stay tuned for more information. (XXL Mag)

Anticipation for a group project grew last year following an A$AP Mob mixtape release.

The A$AP Mob has been relatively quiet in past months. We heard in August that there would be an official A$AP Mob album to follow up their mixtape, Lord$ Never Worry, and although it was originally supposed to drop in October, obviously October has came and wen