Video: A$AP Rocky – DJ MK & Shortee Blitz Freestyle

Continuing his UK promo run, A$AP Rocky stops by The Kiss Hip Hop Show with DJ MK and Shortee Blitz and drops some rhymes over various instrumentals.

Previously: A$AP Rocky – Tim Westwood Freestyle (Video)


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8 Responses to “Video: A$AP Rocky – DJ MK & Shortee Blitz Freestyle”

  1. General Glamour Says:

    Eskay,

    What you think of ASAP ?

    And his dress ?

  2. Dwayne Gretsky Says:

    tHe kiD fRanKiE
    1 min ago
    Charlamagne Calls Chief Keef “Donkey Of The Day” For Allegedly Crying After Being Sentenced 60 Days In Juvenile Detention!

    ^lol
    ^
    *Waits till nigga loses freedom*
    *Talks sideways out of neck*
    *60 days later has nothing but good things to say bout keef*

    *Is Charlemagne*

  3. Dwayne Gretsky Says:

    What’s the word on that tape Frankie?

  4. tHe kiD fRanKiE Says:

    Dg
    I got a lil drive later on after work I’m a play it in the whip and see what it do i def dl’d it tho I started to play #1 but then I figured ill wait seems like some night time pregame shit

  5. tHe kiD fRanKiE Says:

    Rip eFL
    Cold(he be bck)
    Fupm(he be bck)
    TS(he be back)

  6. King James Says:

    Jay-Z – The Borough>>>>>>>>

  7. Harlem World: My hoe$ they do drug$ Says:

    This album was literally bankrolled by the fashion industry.

  8. Harlem World: My hoe$ they do drug$ Says:

    According to Mason Betha, his demo tape eventually turned into 1997′s platinum-selling No Way Out.

    “We just put our heads together and Puff said he was gonna be the artist,” Ma$e explained to Sway. “I stayed in the studio, helped write and he came up with the records. He wanted to do the records that I wrote and he just started rapping on ‘em and then he said ‘I’ma put you on the record with me,’ so that’s how it happened. Everything I had for myself that was like my demo, that became his album. Then I was thinking, well, ‘how can I do it again?’ He worked with me to become the artist that I became, doing Harlem World, so it was just a collective effort.”

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