A$AP Rocky to Drop ‘LongLiveA$AP’ Album on Sept. 11
Those of you hankering for more A$AP Rocky, well, the wait is almost over. The Harlem rhyme-spitter revealed that he will release his debut album ‘LongLiveA$AP’ on Sept. 11 via Polo Grounds Music/RCA Records.
The set’s first single ‘Goldie,’ has established Rocky as the Artist to Watch in 2012. In an interview with Philadelphia’s Power 99 radio personality Mina SayWhat, the ‘Pretty Flacko’ singer says he is anxious for the masses to hear his new effort.
“I feel like this is my best work yet, it’s like ‘LiveLoveA$AP’ matured,” he says referring to his first mixtape. “It’s everything that I did on the prior tape, but just better, matured, and more advanced.”
In the meantime, you can check out A$AP Rocky in Lana Del Rey‘s new visual for her latest single, ‘National Anthem.’ In the video, LDR portrays First Lady Jackie O, while Rocky plays President John F. Kennedy. The clip recreates that tragic day on November 22, 1963 when JFK was assassinated in Dallas.
“That’s just my homegirl,” Rocky says of Del Rey. “I play JFK, she plays Jackie O. Some cool trippy s—, some real 2015 s—. People are going to get it in three years, and that’s the whole purpose of it.”
Watch the A$AP Rocky Interview With Power 99 FM