A$AP Rocky Pays Tribute to A$AP Yams with 'A.L.L.A.' Album Cover
A$AP Rocky pays tribute to A$AP Yams on the cover of his sophomore album At.Long.Last.A$AP. The black-and-white artwork, which he revealed on Instagram, shows the Harlem rapper with a birthmark under his right eye and a cross tattoo under his left, an homage to the late A$AP Mob founder.
The follow-up to his 2013 debut Long.Live.A$AP was executive produced by Yams, who died in January at the age of 26. “He left his notebooks, he left his blueprint,” Rocky told Billboard. “His album’s f**ing incredible. I want to finish what he started.”
A.L.L.A. drops June 2 featuring “M’s” and the new single “Everyday” featuring Miguel, Mark Ronson, and Rod Stewart.
Check out the alternate cover below.
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