A$AP Rocky took to Twitter this morning (April 12) to announce a track titled “Goldie,” produced by Hit-Boy, will be the first single off his highly anticipated debut album Long.Live.A$AP. He also revealed the song will be released on Monday, April 16.
“GOLDIE” PRODUCED BY HIT-BOY THE FIRST SINGLE OFF LONGLIVEA$AP WILL BE RELEASED THIS MONDAY GET READY FOR THAT JIGGY SHIT #ASVP,” he tweeted from @asvpxrocky.
The Harlem native has become one of the biggest names in hip-hop over the past year after releasing his highly praised mixtape LiveLoveA$AP last October. He’s since collaborated with the likes of Swizz Beatz, Lloyd Banks and Schoolboy Q.
Rocky grabbed the attention and praise of Drake who chose him, along with Kendrick Lamar, to join him on his Club Paradise Tour.
“[Drake] said he was a fan of the music and he reached out to me and now we goin’ on tour,” Rocky told VladTV last November about teaming up with the Canadian rapper.
Swizz Beatz hooked up with A$AP for his newest single “Street Knock” off his upcoming mixtape Limitless. The two New York rappers recently shot a video for the song, which features a cameo from Allen Iverson.
Long.Live.A$AP is set to drop in July. – Nicholas Sella (@NickSella)