The Harlem rapper delays his long-awaited debut LP for the second time.
As Pitchfork reports, LongLiveA$AP‘s release has been pushed back from September 11 until October 31 (it was originally slated for a July release). Halloween seems a fitting day for a rapper that favors Occult imagery in his videos.
In an interview with Bay Area radio station Wild 94.9, Rocky said that potential producers include Clams Casino, Hit-Boy, A$AP Ty Beats, Soufein3000, Joey Fat Beats, and Rocky himself. The full interview is below.
In other A$AP news, the ensemble mixtape from the A$AP Mob, Lords Never Worry, is due tonight at midnight, but we wouldn’t set your watch by that.