A$AP Rocky’s ‘At.Long.Last.A$AP’ Album Is Now Streaming: Listen
2015 has been a solid and exciting year for hip-hop so far, and the latest serving of good music comes from A$AP Rocky. The Harlemite’s sophomore album, At.Long.Last.A$AP, was first meant to drop on May 12 yet was pushed back to June 2.
But due to various leaks (seriously, what is going on with all of the leaks this year?), the label decided to release the album at midnight (May 26). Despite the setbacks, A$AP Rocky’s anticipated project is now here for everyone to enjoy — and judging from first listen, it has the potential to be one of the best LPs of 2015.
It features previously-heard tracks like “Lord Pretty Flacko Jodye 2,” “M’$” (which now has a guest verse from Lil Wayne), “L$D” and “Everyday” with Rod Stewart, Mark Ronson and Miguel. One of the standout tunes include “Electric Body,” which finds Rocky reuniting with frequent collaborator SchoolBoy Q. Another is “Fine Whine,” a codeine trip that features Future and M.I.A.
Stream the album below via Spotify!