A$AP Rocky Drops 'A.L.L.A.' One Week Early

  /  05.25.2015

Surprise! A week ahead of its expected release date, A$AP Rocky has dropped his sophomore album At.Long.Last.A$AP. The follow-up to his 2013 debut Long.Live.A$AP hit iTunes and other retailers on Monday night.

Just hours earlier, the Harlem rapper announced to his Twitter followers that the album would be available online and in stores at midnight.

The 18 tracks, executive produced by Danger Mouse, Juicy J, and the late A$AP Yams, boast appearances from Kanye West, M.I.A., ScHoolboy Q, Lil Wayne, Miguel, UGK, Mos Def, and more.

Rocky is not the first rapper to pull a similar stunt. In March, Kendrick Lamar released his sophomore album To Pimp a Butterfly a week early.

Stream the album below via Spotify.


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