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AT.LONG.LAST.A$AP finds the unflappable Harlem native marveling at his own meteoric success through an expertly curated set of beats—with production that corrals toothsome rock and soul samples, atmospheric pop menace, and trunk-rattling traditionalism. “Wavybone” is a simple yet deeply satisfying highlight that also features sterling performances from two of Rocky’s most audible influences, Juicy J and UGK. “Everyday” turns a soulful Rod Stewart vocal sample (from the 1970 Python Lee Jackson cut “In a Broken Dream”) into a massive, Miguel and Mark Ronson–assisted meditation on fame and happiness.

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Best of 2015

This album is exactly what we've been waiting for from Rocky he's been silent for almost 2 years and this project shows us that he was cookin up something great. I love Rocky as a creative and artist so this could be biased but I feel this is the best album of 2015 yet. Even better than Kendrick's.


Beautiful Album. Hits the soul real deep


Simply Amazing. never dissapoints


Born: October 3, 1988 in New York, NY [Harlem]

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '10s

Influenced by the Southern-style swagger of UGK and the rhymes of his hometown heroes the Diplomats, A$AP Rocky gave up slinging drugs in Harlem and moved to Elmwood Park, New Jersey, where he started rapping. By the time he had completed his GED, the self-proclaimed hood outcast had already gained comparisons to Wiz Khalifa and was being championed by Fader magazine, Stereogum, and rap superstar Drake, due to the Internet-leaked singles “Peso” and “Trilla.” In 2011, just after he turned 22, A$AP...
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