Last night A$AP Mob released A$AP Nast's "Trillmatic" featuring Method Man, the first single from their forthcoming compilation album. Upon listening many were surprised to see that the new single had a strong 90s hip hop feel. Fellow New York rap group Pro Era, who staked their rise primarily on golden age rap revival, were among those surprised to see the Mob also taking it back to the 90s.  Reddit user jpthehp compiled a sting of Tweets from last night, starting with Pro Era's Ala Sole, Kirk Knight, and Rokamouth offering their criticism.  Love to see more rappers bite the pro era swank. Good shit Nast. Smh lol whats new with these "New York" negus? — $wank Corleone (@ALa_SOLE) December 4, 2013 I got love for new york rappers but word is bond them asap negus is WACK. #Straightfacts. There are rappers then there are mc's. You choose. — $wank Corleone (@ALa_SOLE) December 4, 2013 Bravo bravo I'm so impressed. — KREEPER (@KirkKnight) December 4, 2013 i don't like that a.s.a.p. style jacking shit — rokamouth (@rokamouth1) December 4, 2013 oh yeah a.s.a.p. also aint no beast coast #facts — rokamouth (@rokamouth1) December 4, 2013   Soon after A$AP Nast and Addie responded to these Tweets.   @rokamouth1 style jacking who my nigguh. 1990 born up you got us fucked up my g need to talk whatchu know — EL SUCIO GUAPO (@ASVPNVST) December 4, 2013 I GOTTA SHOW DEZ LIL NIGGUHS HOW TO REP THE 90's FOR REAL — EL SUCIO GUAPO (@ASVPNVST) December 4, 2013 Your rap group suck ass. — A$AP ANT (@ygAddie) December 4, 2013   While Issa Gold, who is currently touring with Pro Era, eventually weighed in on the situation as well.   #ASVPWORLDWIDE. — Sar Ayu (@ISSA_GOLD) December 4, 2013 I'm Beast Coast forever, but New York is a family nothing breaks that apart. I'm not choosing sides it's only one side in New York. — Sar Ayu (@ISSA_GOLD) December 4, 2013 Unless either Joey Bada$$ or A$AP Rocky directly address this situation, we can assume this won't escalate any further. Remember however, Joey isn't one to shy away from beef.
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Pro Era & A$AP Mob Go Back and Fourth on Twitter over “Trillmatic”

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Last night A$AP Mob released A$AP Nast's "Trillmatic" featuring Method Man, the first single from their forthcoming compilation album. Upon listening many were surprised to see that the new single had a strong 90s hip hop feel. Fellow New York rap group Pro Era, who staked their rise primarily on golden age rap revival, were among those surprised to see the Mob also taking it back to the 90s. 

Reddit user jpthehp compiled a sting of Tweets from last night, starting with Pro Era's Ala Sole, Kirk Knight, and Rokamouth offering their criticism. 

 

Soon after A$AP Nast and Addie responded to these Tweets.

 

 

While Issa Gold, who is currently touring with Pro Era, eventually weighed in on the situation as well.

 

Unless either Joey Bada$$ or A$AP Rocky directly address this situation, we can assume this won't escalate any further. Remember however, Joey isn't one to shy away from beef.