A$AP's New Album Coming Sooner Than You Thought

A$AP's New Album Coming Sooner Than You Thought

At.Long.Last.A$AP to release a week early

Hot ticket Harlem rapper A$AP Rocky just announced on his Twitter that his hugely anticipated new album At.Long.Last.A$AP is coming out a whole week early - huge news for those of us refreshing his socials daily for new tracks.

[UPDATE] A.L.L.A is now out but only in the US, those lucky friends can go HERE.

From midnight New York time you can cop it - that's in two hours' time if you're down under. A$AP's already let fans know not to expect huge bouncy bangers like Fuckin' Problems - that instead the album will be moody and instrospective - a reflection of A$AP's current headspace following the death of his longtime collaborator and mentor, A$AP Yams (the birthmark on his face on the album artwork is a tribute to Yams). Said A$AP to VIBE: "I'm making music and experimenting, making sounds that I never even knew existed. Not to make it sound like this album is going to be a circus in a box or something. But I really pushed myself this time. I secluded myself [for] six months. In another country with the phones off."

The guest list for collaborations on the album has tongues wagging, with M.I.A., Kanye West, Future, Mos Def, UGK, and more on the tracklist.  Listen to his latest track with Schoolboy Q, HERE, and watch the trippy video for LSD, HERE

Clear your afternoons! 

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