Here’s the good this about A$AP Rocky’s new album, At.Long.Last.A$AP, it’s not overly A$AP Mob. Besides some of his mob working as producers on the album, they don’t really make any appearances on the record and it allows Rocky to expose himself a little more than passed albums.
Tracks like “Holy Ghost” and “LSD” is proof that Rocky would like to branch off into more of a Alternative Hip-Hop route, but throughout the album Rocky never escapes his talent as a rapper. The production wasn’t that great this time around, but it’s his rhymes that make this album worth listening to. From songs about battling the holy ghost, to tracks about wasting his life away with partying, it’s a real expose of his true feelings.
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