ASAP Rocky raps his "Everyday" verse and shares some insight into the recording of the song for Power 106.
We got a couple records before ASAP Rocky released his sophomore opus, A.L.L.A, but "Everyday" was certainly the most surprising of the pre-release tracks. Teaming with Miguel and Rod Stewart (?!), it definitely raised more questions than it answered. Now that the album is out, the context makes the ideas a little clearer, but we still want to know more about it.
Rocky broke down his verse on the song with Power 106 recently, expanding on the concept of the song, revealing he was feeling depressed at the time. Though he says the "friction" between himself and the other collaborators offered an energy that resonates with listeners who may be feeling similarly. Watch the whole clip above.