ASAP Rocky recently detailed his new movement in an interview with BBC 1Xtra, giving us an insight into the concept behind the Sophomore album, which we can already expect to heat up the streets, well..ASAP.
There is no doubt that the Wild For The Night artist has kept his upcoming plans on the down-low, so luckily for fans, presenter Charlie Sloth was able to squeeze a few secrets. Having surprised us with newly arranged features by; Mark Ronson, Rod Stewart and James Franco, we have now received the news that ASAP is not only applying dedication to his own work, but also the unfinished, quality productions by late partner; ASAP Yams.
The words of Flacko; ‘expect the unexpected’ are clearly applicable as he moves forward to explain:
“Yams started an album before he passed and he left his notebooks and blueprints, I’m just picking up where he left off. Me and him were gonna do the album together, he was working on a crazy album. I’m letting people know that if I do something good, the next thing I do will have to be great.”
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