A$AP Rocky has kept Hip-Hop’s 2015 winning streak on the Billboard 200 alive and well after his sophomore studio album, At.Long.Last.A$AP is the top album in the country.
All it took was one line of rhyme for A$AP Rocky to get his new album, At.Long.Last.A$AP, into viral conversation. In case you missed it, the Harlemnite had a less-than flattering (scratch that; downright disgusting) revelation about at Ms. Rita Ora on a highlighted record.
Here’s something that you probably didn’t see coming: A$AP Rocky dissed Rita Ora on his new album. Is she a rapper too? No, he’s just upset about …something.
One listen of A$AP Rocky’s At.Long.Last.A$AP album stream will never give your reason to call Hip-Hop’s most effortless swaglord a liar again. Everything the Harlem-bred MC has alluded to his album containing has proven to be accurate with even more adult content layered over the course of the 18-track album. Whether he’s reminiscing on being […]
Not to long after the tracklist to his new album, At.Long.Last.A$AP, got revealed, A$AP Rocky goes ahead and drops “Electric Body.” This particualr track peaked everyone’s interest since it features TDE’s ScHoolboy Boy.
We usually detest previews, but this is one definitely worth noting. A$AP Rocky dropped an exclusive clip of his Danger Mouse-produced track, with GQ of all places, from his forthcoming At.Long.Last.ASAP album.
The biggest story going into A$AP Rocky’s sophomore album At.Long.Last.A$AP is that the Hip-Hop superstar will have to do it without his right-hand man, A$AP Yams.
A$AP Rocky recently shared his latest single, “Everyday,’ featuring Rod Stewart and Miguel.
A$AP Rocky, the cover star of Billboard Magazine’s next issue, confirmed rumors that his sophomore album At.Long.Last.A$AP releases on May 12.