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Career Takeoff

A$AP Rocky traded in a life of dealing drugs for his rapping career. To this day, he is idolized by his many loving fans.

A$AP Mob

A$AP Rocky joined the A$AP Mob, which is a hip hop group consisting of rappers and producers. It was originally created by A$AP Yams, A$AP Bari, and A$AP Illz. We have them to thank for contributing to the rise and the iconic stage name that is A$AP Rocky. A$AP Mob

The Rise

A$AP Rocky's debut single Peso was leaked in August 2011. He then released a music video for Purple Swag, capturing the attention of many people, including record labels. By October of 2011, A$AP released one of the greatest rap albums of all time, Live.Love.A$AP, and signed a 3 million dollar record deal. A$AP was on the rise. Following his 2 year record deal, he started his own label with some of his fellow A$AP Mob members. ASAP

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