Yesterday, A$AP Rocky teased the Daniel Arsham-directed video of his Danger Mouse collaboration. Not too long after, Lil B took to Twitter and shared the video for Rocky's latest single, "LSD," off the highly anticipated upcoming album At.Long.Last.A$AP or A.L.L.A. Continuing the psychedelic influence that has touched a number of his songs so far, the video, co-directed by the rapper and Dexter Navy, shows Rocky as he moves throughout what appears to be Tokyo while tripping acid and professing his love to a girl.
"I know I dream about her all day / I think about her with her clothes off / I'm ridin' round with my system pumpin' LSD," he raps over hypnotic production. "I look for ways to say, 'I love you' / But I ain't into makin' love songs / Baby, I'm just rappin' to this LSD."
He later turns LSD into an acronym for "Love, Sex, Dreams," and says "Them other drugs just don't fit me right / Girl, I really f*ckin' want love, sex, dreams."
At.Long.Last.A$AP is scheduled to drop June 2, and in addition to Danger Mouse, it features production from Juicy J and the late A$AP Yams, to whom Rocky pays tribute in his cover art.
Prior to dropping "LSD," he released the Rod Stewart-sampling single "Everyday" after previously releasing the single "M's." Other material has also surfaced over the past year including "Lord Pretty Flacko Jodye 2," "Multiply" and a teaser for a track titled "The Beauty and the Beast." With only a few weeks left until A.L.L.A. drops, we'll have our eye out for new tracks.
The album was recorded at both Red Bull Studios in London and at Sound Factory in Los Angeles and will feature the likes of Mark Ronson, Lykke Li, FKA Twigs, Pimp C, Clams Casino and potentially others.
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