With A$AP Rocky's At.Long.Last.A$AP  seeming like it could drop at any time, the man behind one of the year's most anticipated projects has posed for the cover of Complex's new issue. In the interview, which you can read here, the A$AP Mob star talks about Yams' passing, his beef with Been Trill and Hood By Air, and of course, his new music.

When asked to explain the opening line of a new song (“Gentrification split the nation I was raised in”) in the context of "the state of America right now," Rocky responded:

"It’s fucked up. That’s all it is. Cops killing people, people killing cops. It’s all fucked up. I think it’ll all change soon. I think people with a badge—or not—are gonna stop abusing authority across the world, and learn to appreciate one another. For real. All they need is weed, some love, some good sex, some good-ass music. I’m talking about a night with something exotic. I’m talking a night with like an African-Moroccan-half-Swedish-quarter-Italian-part-French-Parisian. Mhmm. But she got the African booty, though! She got caramel skin, but you can tell that like, she got a little bit of vanilla in her, though. You feel me?"

Perhaps he'll campaign for president on a "weed, love, good sex, and good-ass music" plaform after dropping A.L.L.A.?