ASAP Rocky Songs

  • Off The Rip (Remix)
    Off The Rip (Remix)
    "Off The Rip" is one of French Montana's strongest singles in a minute, and while it's been ringing off in parts of New York, especially following the untimely death of Chinx, it hasn't taken off on the national scale as it deserves to. 
  • Superheroes
    Last summer, Chief Keef shared a behind the scenes video for a music video he had recently shot with A$AP Rocky. The song was rumored to be titled "Superheroes," but despite Keef releasing several projects in the year following that video, it didn't show up anywhere. Today, it finally surfaced.
  • Good For You
    Good For You
    With "Good For You," 22-year-old Selena Gomez is no longer a little Disney princess but a grown-ass woman. "Trust me I can take you there.... Let me be good for you." Uhhh yeah that works.  Selena does well to hit the proper emotional tone here and she brings in A$AP Rocky to spit a verse, an excellent choice for this song as this beat is right up Flacko's alley. Looks like Selena is on the market after dumping sorry-ass Zedd... any bets on who she'll end up with next?
  • Electric Body (Tags)
    Electric Body (Tags)
    After hearing the mind-bending, multi-suite "L.S.D.," there's no telling what each new Rocky drop is gonna sound like. When we first saw Schoolboy Q's name on the A.L.L.A. tracklist, we were brought back to their earlier collabs like "Brand New Guy" and "Hands On the Wheel," and we can tell you now that "Electric Body" channels that same dark energy, and it's scary good. 
  • Everyday
    Similar to last month, A$AP Rocky sat down for another exclusive conversation at the Red Bull Music Academy in Harlem Thursday night and had some unfortunate news to share with us this time. Instead of the original May 12th release date that we’re anticipating, Rocky announced that his sophomore album, A.L.L.A. (At.Long.Last.ASAP), will now be dropping on June 2nd.
  • I Got Money
    I Got Money
    A$AP Rocky spitting on a New York-style boom bap beat? That's a rare treat, one that we've only heard on the rare cut like "1 Train" in the past, but add another to the ranks today. The Pretty Motherfucker appears on a track on Raekwon's new album F.I.L.A., and it should appease anyone who was ever bothered by the fact that he came out of the gate sounding like he was from Houston or Memphis. This one's called "I Got Money" and it was produced by the ever-impressive S1.
  • M'$
    ASAP Rocky just sat down for an exclusive conversation with Red Bull Music academy, and at the end of the conversation, he premiered a brand new track called "M's". The song has now made it's way online, and you can listen to it in full. The song features a particularly banging instrumental from The Honorable C-Note, while Rocky maneuvers the beat with some of his jiggiest flows yet, before launching into some melodies by the song's end.
  • Indie
    This mysterious cut has been circulating the internet today. The leak was uploaded to rapper Sway Burr's Soundcloud, although according to the credits he's just a featured artist. It doesn't sound finished, and for all we know it isn't, but we know how you guys fiend for Rocky. The cut features a short opening verse from Rocky, a chopped up a hook and a closing verse from Rich Homie (with Sway Burr in the middle). The H-town vibes are definitely present, but no producer has been credited. 
  • Mr. Nice Guy (Freestyle)
    Mr. Nice Guy (Freestyle)
    It's been a little while since we've heard a new freestyle from Ace Hood, a dude who's very good at repurposing other peoples' tracks, but today the drought is over. Wisely choosing A$AP Rocky's "Pretty Flacko 2" as his target, Ace delivers a freestyle entitled "Mr. Nice Guy." Spitting hot fire over the Nez & Rio produced instrumental, Ace Hood provides a nice alternative for those who thought Rocky's original was light on lyricism.  Quotable Lyrics
  • Peso
    "Peso" is barely five years old, but given the untimely death of A$AP Mob's Yams, it seemed appropriate to throwback to "Peso," where we had one of our first glimpses at the crew Rocky rolled with, including Yams (who actually gets a shout out in the track although it's under his real name Stevie). A$AP Yams is largely credited with getting Rocky's career off the ground, including uploading the then-new artist's "Purple Swag" video on his now-defunct Tumblr when it first dropped, helping spread it to the masses. "Purple Swag" quickly catapulted Rocky to fame.
  • Young Don (Freestyle)
    Young Don (Freestyle)
    On New Year's Eve, A$AP Rocky gave us the first of the night's two big hip-hop events (the second being Kanye's surprise track "Only One") by dropping the hotly-anticipated "Pretty Flacko 2." Now, Rocky's fellow New Yorker (and former A$AP Ferg collaborator), Bodega BAMZ has stepped up to freestyle over the Nez & Rio-produced instrumental, titling his take the "Young Don" freestyle.
  • Pretty Flacko 2
    Pretty Flacko 2
    Almost exactly three years ago, A$AP Rocky followed up his highly successful Live.Long.A$AP mixtape with a SPACEGHOSTPURRP-produced track called "Pretty Flacko." Currently, Rocky's one album and one additional single ("Multiply") into his commercial career, and now he's gone and dropped the Nez & Rio-produced "Pre
  • Err Thing Valid (Remix)
    Err Thing Valid (Remix)
    Harlem is in the building tonight as Smoke DZA calls on ASAP Rocky & Cam’ron for the official remix to his track “Err Thing Valid”.
  • Awwsome (Remix)
    Awwsome (Remix)
    With "Awwsome," DMV spitter Shy Glizzy had himself his first bonafide hit. Now that he's substantially ballin' (swish!), he's attracted a huge remix of the track, nabbing 2 Chainz and A$AP Rocky for the assists. Complete with dope, new cover artwork that shows a girl with a Glizzy chain in her mouth, the remix has Glizzy going in first, and followed by Tity and Rocky. Chainz has lipstick stains on his balls while he debates giving girls his "sausage," and Rocky compares himself to 2Pac (based on his belly tat), and tells us he's got hoes "for days." We believe you bro.
  • Multiply
    Flacko Jodye Season is officially upon us. The countdown ended at Midnight last night, and with it came a new music video for an A$AP Rocky record titled "Multiply." The visuals can be seen below, and now Rocky hits us with the official audio for the record. It's dope, with a dark, downward spiralling beat, while Rocky uses that syrup-y flow that made him stand out from the beginning.
  • I'm Not The Only One
    I'm Not The Only One
    British singer / songwriter Sam Smith broke out big with Disclosure's track "Latch" (recently sampled on PARTYNEXTDOOR's last project) and hasn't looked back since, charting in the US with his song "Stay With Me" and making waves with his album The Lonely Hour. His latest track, "I'm Not The Only One," nabs A$AP Rocky for a guest verse.
  • Pretend
    Tinashe already has a hit on her hands with the DJ Mustard and ScHoolboy Q-assisted "2 On", and she's now enlisted a couple more talents for her newest single. Nabbing a verse from ASAP Rocky, and an instrumental from Detail (who's been on fire for the last little while, most notably crafting Beyonce's inescapable "Drunk In Love"). The result is a much warmer ballad, a bit of a departure from the singer's earlier club-oriented single, and more in line with her mixtape work.
  • Keep It G Pt II
    Keep It G Pt II
    Joey Fatts returned last night with Chipper Jones Vol. 3, a follow up to last year's Chipper Jones Vol. 2. Chipper Jones Vol. 3 recruits many familiar faces from Volume 2, including A$AP Rocky on the smooth Cardo-produced "Keep It G Pt II." Rocky appeared on "Choppa" on the last tape (alongside Danny Brown), while Vince Staples and A$ton Matthews also appeared on Vol.
  • Hella Hoes
    Hella Hoes
    After many delays, it appears A$AP Mob’s upcoming compilation album, L.O.R.D., is finally ready to come to fruition soon. Tonight, the A$AP mob gave Funk Flex the green light to premiere their new single “Hella Hoes”, which is a follow up to "Xscape".
  • Crib In My Closet
    Crib In My Closet
    Jeezy once bragged about his closets with the immortal quip "house stupid dumb big/ my rooms got rooms", but 2 Chainz may have just one-upped him in terms of storage space flexes. "Crib In My Closet" finds our boy Tity claiming his wardrobe is equivalent to an entire estate in price, in other words-- his rooms got houses. ASAP Rocky and Rick Ross come along for the ride on this Metro Boomin and 808 Mafia collaboration from Tity's brand new Freebase EP.