"My mixtape is a classic. It's only right to put it out at retail," ASAP Rocky said of his first full-length project, Live.Love.ASAP

It happened to Drake with So Far Gone, it's happening to Pusha T with Fear of God, and soon, it's going to happen to Harlem's latest newcomer, ASAP Rocky. The "pretty motherfucker" put out his much sought-after mixtape, Live.Love.ASAP, on Halloween earlier this week and because it's gotten such a positive response, he plans to capitalize off of its newly-achieved success. 

In addition to a retail version of Live.Love.ASAP, ASAP Rocky plans to put out a compilation album with his ASAP crew entitled Live Long ASAP and--more importantly--his debut album at the top of 2012. 

[via Billboard]

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