A$AP Rocky releases ‘At.Long.Last.A$AP’ a week early due to online leaking

A$AP Rocky released his highly anticipated new album, At.Long.Last.A$AP, on May 26th due to the album leaking a week prior to its scheduled June 2nd release date. The album is currently No. 1 at iTunes in the US, UK, Canada, Australia, France, Germany, Denmark, Finland, New Zealand, Poland, Switzerland, Russia and more.

The follow-up to the charismatic Harlem MC’s 2013 release, Long.Live.A$AP, A$AP Rocky’s sophomore album, features a stellar line up of guest appearances by Rod Stewart, Miguel and Mark Ronson on “Everyday,” ScHoolboy Q on “Electric Body,” Lil Wayne on a new version of the previously released “M’$,” Kanye West and Joe Fox on “Jukebox Joints,” plus Mos Def, Juicy J, UGK and more on other standout tracks.

Producers Danger Mouse, Jim Jonsin, Juicy J and Mark Ronson among others, contributes to the album’s trippy new sound. Executive Producers include Danger Mouse, A$AP Yams and A$AP Rocky with Co-Executive Producers Hector Delgado, Juicy J, Chace Johnson, Bryan Leach and AWGE.

In 2013, A$AP Rocky announced his global arrival in a major way with his chart-topping debut album Long.Live.A$AP. Despite leaking a week prior to release, the album entered at #1 on Billboard’s Top 200, Hip-Hop Albums, R&B Albums and Digital Albums charts. The album also made Top 10 chart entries in 24 countries around the world and included the platinum-selling Noah “40” Shebib produced track “F**kin’ Problems,” (feat. Drake, 2 Chainz and Kendrick Lamar), which won a BET Award for Best Collaboration, BET Hip-Hop Award for Best Collaboration, Duo or Group, MTV Video Music Award Japan for Best Hip-Hop Video, and nominated for a Grammy Award for Best Rap Song. The album also featured the rambunctious “Wild For The Night” (featuring Skrillex & Birdy Nam Nam), which won a mtvU Woodie Award for Best Collaboration, the hip-hop posse cut “1 Train”(feat. Kendrick Lamar, Joey Bada$$, Yelawolf, and Danny Brown), and “Fashion Killa,” which boasts a video cameo by Rihanna.

Track Listing:

01. Holy Ghost feat. Joe Fox
Produced by Danger Mouse
Co-Produced by DJ Khalil

02. Canal St. feat. Bones
Produced by Hector Delgado, Frans Mernick & A$AP Rocky

03. Fine Whine feat. Joe Fox x Future x M.I.A.
Produced by S.I.K. for S.I.K. Music
Additional Production by THC

04. L$D
Produced by Jim Jonsin & FNZ for Rebel Rock
Co-Produced by Hector Delgado

05. Excuse Me
Produced by Hector Delgado, A$AP Rocky & Vulkan The Krusader
Produced by Jim Jonsin & FNZ for Rebel Rock

06. JD
Produced by Plu2o Nash

07. Lord Pretty Flacko Jodye 2 (LPFJ2)
Produced by Mario Loving & Nesbitt Wesonga for SlamCorp

08. Electric Body feat. ScHoolboy Q
Produced by Hector Delgado
Additional Production by Danger Mouse, Teddy Walton & THC

09. Jukebox Joints feat. Joe Fox x Kanye West
Produced by Che Pope & Kanye West

10. Max B feat. Joe Fox
Produced by Hector Delgado & A$AP Rocky

11. Pharsyde feat. Joe Fox
Produced by Danger Mouse

12. Wavybone feat. Juicy J x UGK
Produced by Juicy J
Additional Production & Arrangement by Hector Delgado

13. West Side Highway feat. James Fauntleroy
Produced by Danger Mouse

14. Better Things
Produced by Frans Mernick

15. M’$ feat. Lil Wayne
Produced by Da Honorable C.N.O.T.E. for Honorable Court, LLC
Co-Produced by Mike Dean for Dean’s List Productions

16. Dreams (Interlude)
Produced by A$AP Rocky & Frans Mernick

17. Everyday feat. Rod Stewart x Miguel x Mark Ronson
Produced by Mark Ronson & Emile Haynie
Co-Produced by Jeff Bhasker

18. Back Home feat. Mos Def x Acyde x Yams
Produced by Thelonius Martin
Co-Produced by DDot Omen

Author: Buddy Iahn

Buddy Iahn founded The Music Universe when he decided to juxtapose his love of web design and music. As a lifelong drummer, he decided to take a hiatus from playing music to report it. The website began as a fun project in 2013 to one of the top independent news sites.

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