A$AP Rocky Enlists Jim Jones, Raekwon For A$AP Mob Album

Rocky was tight-lipped on 'RapFix Live,' but reveals collabos with Kendrick Lamar, hip-hop newcomers the Flatbush Zombies.

There will be no summer vacation for A$AP Rocky; the Harlem rapper is fast at work on two albums. First he will drop a group album with his A$AP Mob collective and then follow up with his solo debut Long.Live.A$AP. Though he has a lot on his plate, Rock will have a little bit of help.

"We got Nast on there, we got Ferg on there, we got Twelvyy on there, we got me on there," Rocky jokingly responded after some prodding by "RapFix Live" host Sway Calloway about the guest features on the A$AP Mob LP.

It's a given that all the rapping members of the Mob would appear on the group album, so Rock reluctantly gave more detail. "We got the Flatbush Zombies on there, we got Jim Jones on there, we got Raekwon on there," he said.

Both Jim Jones and Raekwon are industry vets, while the Flatbush Zombies are newcomers who emerged last year on the strength of their standout single "Thug Waffle." The video has notched almost a half million views on YouTube since being released in January.

Rocky was more guarded when it came to dropping any feature info regarding Long.Live.A$AP. "I can't really get into that right now. You tried to catch me right now," he told Sway laughing.

The "Goldie" MC passed the mic to A$AP Yams, who was sitting beside him on the couch. "I'ma let Yams spill the beans, but don't give too much away," he warned his buddy.

After a long pause Yams revealed a single name: "Kendrick Lamar," he said, name-dropping Rocky's Club Paradise tourmate.

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