ASAP Rocky Revolves Around New York City in Captivating “ASAP Forever” Video
Last night (April 4), A$AP Rocky unleashed two new songs, "A$AP Forever" featuring Moby and "Distorted Records" during his performance on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. Today, the official music video for the former was released, and it may be one of his most compelling yet.
The Dexter Navy-directed visual opens with Rocky and the Mob in New York City as the camera spirals into different scenes with every line he spits. On the track's lone verse, Pretty Flacko delivers his usual insightful bars. "I guess it's called livin', shit I suppose, I'm on my live alone, die VLONE/You talk about spendin or buyin clothes, I'm bout my business but I'm alone/I still had the vision when I was broke, fuckin' on bitches and foreign hoes/Flyin' out womens to borin' shows, I pray to God I don't overdose," he raps.
Vocals from Moby's electropop "Porcelain" song are prominently featured in the last scene as Rocky appears to be falling into the abyss. He's noticeably wearing a a belt that says "TESTING," which is the last word we see as the video ends. Fans believe his third studio album will be titled that as the "Bad Company" rhymer has used the word repeatedly in recent months regarding his music.
It's been three years since A$AP Rocky's last project, and with his recent television appearance and influx of singles, many believe a new album could be coming soon. "A$AP Forever," along with "Distorted Records" and "Above" explore the new sounds we should expect on the project. "I prefer to experiment and have my crowd grow with me and to reach new crowds. I don't just rap—I actually make music," he relayed to GQ Style in October 2017. "That's why it takes time. These sonics represent me."
View the video for "A$AP Forever" below.
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