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on 20 August 2013
I cannot remember the last time I seen a rapper bring out a studio album with no previous solo mixtapes or projects, but it makes sense with A$AP Ferg. From an unforgettable appearance on A$AP Rocky's 'Kissin Pink' to undoubtably having the biggest presence on the Lord$ Never Worry mixtape, Fergenstein seems to be in a category of his own. But with no previous solo projects, it does beg the question of "what does a full A$AP Ferg album sound like?"

On it's first listen, even it's first couple listens, Trap Lord may seem a bit too weird. But once you've got used to the albums unorthodox nature, it turns out to be a solid, great debut. Even though Ferg isn't at his lyrical best on all of the songs and there are some moments where his flow isn't on point, Ferg always has immense presence on all the tracks.

From the adlibs, to the melodies, to he's overall presentation of lyrics, Ferg appears to know how to grab attention on a song.

Despite being outshined by the majority of his features, what must be respected is the impressive list of features Ferg has managed to get on Trap Lord, despite having no previous mixtapes or albums. I mean, what other albums can brag rap legends Onyx, Bone-Thugs-N-Harmony and B-Real on the same tracklist as modern day stars A$AP Rocky, Waka Flocka, French Montana and ScHoolboy Q?

Although this album may not be to everyone's taste and probably isn't the best A$AP Ferg could come out with, it does show that A$AP Ferg has the makings to be a great artist.
This, for me, is perfectly examplified on 'Cocaine Castle'. Definitely the best song on the whole album, 'Cocaine Castle' shows that A$AP Ferg can make overwhelmingly amaizng songs, and with enough growth and evolving as an artist, can make overwhelming amazing albums too.
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on 23 August 2013
Fergs first released album is so sick, so different to the other members of the mob and yet so good. Definitely worth the purchase!!
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on 6 July 2014
Not enough good songs on the album. If I were you I would just buy certain songs on iTunes instead of buying the whole album.
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on 14 March 2014
Just been delivered today and the case was completely destroyed. The cd it self had a crack in it. The cd was not in the holder and left free. Its unplayable and the case it all fell apart
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