A$AP Rocky Pays Homage to Harlem in 'A$AP Forever' Video


It’s been a while since we have heard from A$AP Rocky, but the he’s back with a new song and a eye-popping video for “A$AP Forever.”

The video for the Moby-sampled track will remind you Atlanta’s season 2 teaser trailer where Donald Glover is in a repeated flip shot.

For the Dexter Navy-helmed visual, Rocky delivers a grainy photographic scrapbook his life through Harlem in a series flip shots and quick cuts. As Rocky reminisces about his past, he gives a nod to the future with his A$AP Mob crew.

The video ends with Moby’s “Porcelain” playing in the background, while Rocky is floating through space before crashing into a wall. Don't blink or else you will miss a quick shot Moby, himself.

A$AP Rocky premiered the track during a film-like medley on “The Tonight Show,” where he also debuted “Distorted Records.”

According to Rap-Up, the two songs are expected to appear on A$AP Rocky's next project, tentatively called Testing. This will be the Harlem rhymer's first full-length studio effort since 2015’s At.Long.Last.A$AP.

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