A$AP Twelvyy is the secret weapon of A$AP Mob. He's not as flashy as A$AP Rocky, he's not as boisterous as A$AP Ferg. But he's actually a founding member of the squad and extremely influential in all things AWGE.
The Harlem rapper released the video for "95 Madden," the opening cut from his "Noon Yung" album. It's a bouncy song about bringing the blitz and stunting on the haters. The Chum-directed visual bounces back and forth between a chilly pickup football game in the neighborhood and Twelvyy and his girl inside his apartment playing the classic Madden video game. Too cozy.
The "95 Madden" video also serves as a sort of advertisement for Twelvyy's Last Year Being Broke brand. There's sweatpants, t-shirts and sweaters for girls and guys. The motto has helped Twelvyy's platform grow immensely as it serves as a form of inspiration and motivation for many.
Also this week, A$AP Mob announced that they will be continuing Yams Day, the tribute concert to their late leader A$AP Yams, even amid the coronavirus pandemic. The show, its sixth annual, will be broadcast virtually this year and the crew will be giving out the Yammy Awards — a spin on the Grammys — to artists that they think deserve recognition. Catch A$AP Rocky running around the streets of New York in the new Gucci x North Face jacket to interview people about the occasion. Yams Day will be broadcast January 18.