A$AP Rocky Unveils A$AP Yams-Inspired Album Cover Art

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A$AP Yams and A$AP Rocky in a music video.

A$AP Rocky is paying tribute to late A$AP Mob co-founder/mastermind Steven "A$AP Yams" Rodriguez in the artwork for his upcoming album, A.L.L.A. (At.Long.Last.A$AP).

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On Saturday (May 9), Rocky shared an Instagram photo of the album's cover art, which follows the black-and-white themes of the rapper's previous releases Live.Love.A$AP (2011) and Long.Live.A$AP (2013). A.L.L.A. (At.Long.Last.A$AP) features a photo of Rocky with the same purple birthmark as Yams on his right cheek.  

 

AT LONG LAST....

A photo posted by PRETTY FLACKO (@asvpxrocky) on May 9, 2015 at 6:20am PDT


The moving cover art arrives a day after A$AP Rocky debuted his new song "Everyday," which turns Rod Stewart's 1972 hit "In A Broken Dream" into a hip-hop banger. Miguel puts his own spin on the classic melody, with Mark Ronson refreshing the production in his trademark 1970-meets-2015 style.

A.L.L.A. (At.Long.Last.A$AP)will be released on June 2.