A$AP Rocky’s highly anticipated new album, AT.LONG.LAST.A$AP is available now due to the album leaking a week prior to its scheduled June 2nd release date. The album is currently #1 […]
A$AP Rocky’s highly anticipated new album, AT.LONG.LAST.A$AP is available now due to the album leaking a week prior to its scheduled June 2nd release date. The album is currently #1 on the iTunes Album Chart in Australia, as well as around the world including the US, UK, Canada, France, Germany, Denmark, Finland, New Zealand, Poland, Switzerland, Russia and more.
The follow-up to the charismatic Harlem MC’s 2013 release, LONG.LIVE.A$AP, A$AP Rocky’s sophomore album features a stellar line up of guest appearances by Rod Stewart, Miguel and Mark Ronson on “Everyday,” ScHoolboy Q on “Electric Body,” Lil Wayne on a new version of the previously released “M’$,” Kanye West and Joe Fox on “Jukebox Joints,” plus Mos Def, Juicy J, UGK and more on other standout tracks.
Producers Danger Mouse, Jim Jonsin, Juicy J and Mark Ronson among others, contributes to the album’s trippy new sound. Executive Producers include Danger Mouse, A$AP Yams and A$AP Rocky with Co-Executive Producers Hector Delgado, Juicy J, Chace Johnson, Bryan Leach and AWGE.
In 2013, A$AP Rocky announced his global arrival in a major way with his chart-topping debut album LONG.LIVE.A$AP. Despite leaking a week prior to release, the album entered at #1 on Billboard’s Top 200, Hip-Hop Albums, R&B Albums and Digital Albums charts.
The album also made Top 10 chart entries in 24 countries around the world and included the platinum-selling Noah “40” Shebib produced track “F**kin’ Problems,” (feat. Drake, 2 Chainz and Kendrick Lamar), which won a BET Award for Best Collaboration, BET Hip-Hop Award for Best Collaboration, Duo or Group, MTV Video Music Award Japan for Best Hip-Hop Video, and nominated for a Grammy Award for Best Rap Song.
The album also featured the rambunctious “Wild For The Night” (featuring Skrillex & Birdy Nam Nam), which won a mtvU Woodie Award for Best Collaboration, the hip-hop posse cut “1 Train”(feat. Kendrick Lamar, Joey Bada$$, Yelawolf, and Danny Brown), and “Fashion Killa,” which boasts a video cameo by Rihanna.
In a recent interview with Charlie Sloth of BBC 1xtra, A$AP Rocky revealed that he’s working on finishing up the album started by his late business partner A$AP Yams.
“Yams started an album before he passed and he left his notebooks and blueprints and I’m just picking where he left up,” Rocky told Sloth. “Because me and him were gonna do the album together. He was working on a crazy album. I’m letting people know that if I do something good, the next thing I do will be have to be great.