Rocky’s sophomore album will be pushed back a few weeks.
A$AP Rocky participated in another exclusive interview at the Red Bull Academy in Harlem Thursday night and spilled some news about his sophomore album A.L.L.A. Clearing the air on its release date, Rocky reportedly announced that he’s had a minor set back unfortunately.
Originally scheduled for a May 12 release, At.Long.Last.ASAP will now be dropping a few weeks later on June 2. To make up for the delay, Rocky decided to treat fans to a new record tonight titled “Everyday”, featuring Rod Stewart, Miguel, and Mark Ronson. (Its a must listen too by the way).