A$AP Rocky announces a January 15th release date for "LongLiveA$AP" and we also get a preview of the album art.
One of the most anticipated albums of 2012, will end up not being released to 2013, but the good news for fans is that A$AP Rocky will be dropping his debut studio album early in the new year.
Making an appearance on MTV, Flacko announced that LongLiveA$AP will be dropping on January 15th. The album was pushed back after Rocky had done a poor job of tracking the samples, and clearing all the beats and the final mastering process took longer than expected. The A$AP Mob member also said he was unafraid to push the album back until it sounded exactly as he wanted, as he was slightly disappointed with the Lord$ Never Worry Mob mixtape.
In addition to the issues with mastering, the Harlem talent wanted to make sure there was sufficient buzz surrounding his project so let's hope he sticks to the slated date and fans will not have to wait much longer than they already have. Also check out the cover art below via DDotOmen.