A$AP Rocky Reveals 'LongLiveA$AP' Release Date, Album Art
<p>The MC's long-awaited studio album is due in January, he said in an appearance on "106 & Park."</p>
A$AP Rocky's "LongLiveA$AP" will be released Jan. 15, the rapper revealed on Monday's episode of BET's "106 & Park."
The much-delayed sequel to the breakthrough MC's "LiveLoveA$AP" mixtape also showcased its cover art on Monday, a black-and-white image returning to the mixtape's American flag motif.
The new set was previously set for September and October release dates before sample clearances held it up. A track list has yet to be released, but artists including Lana Del Rey, Santigold and Pharrell have been named as collaborators. The potentially feature-heavy set also includes Drake, 2 Chainz and Kendrick Lamar, who joined A$AP for the single "Fuckin' Problem." The rapper debuted the track's video on "106 and Park" on Monday, though it's not yet online.