This is pretty good
A$AP Rocky is set to release his sophomore album, his first official release since his 2013 debut Long.Live.A$AP, on June 2. His friend, mentor and A$AP Mob label boss A$AP Yams‘ untimely January death has added much significance to the summer release, and that sentiment is represented on the artwork for the album (At.Long.Last.A$AP), which was just revealed. The signature cross and red birthmark that has become symbolic of the A$AP movement since January is prominently featured on the artwork, which is in keeping with Rocky and his crew’s trend of black-and-white album covers.
Rocky’s kept busy this weekend, and if you haven’t heard his latest single, “Everyday,” featuring Miguel, production by Mark Ronson and a dope sample of Rod Stewart‘s “In A Broken Dream,” you can check it out below.
UPDATE: Here’s the alternate artwork to Rocky’s forthcoming sophomore album, At.Long.Last.A$AP, dropping June 2.