The 18-track A.L.L.A. (via ASAP Worldwide and RCA Records) features collabs with Kanye West, Schoolboy Q, Miguel, M.I.A., Mos Def, Juicy J, Lil Wayne and veteran British crooner Rod Stewart.
Rocky arguably timed the debut of A.L.L.A. to perfection. He's hogging social media with his comments to the New York Post about how he “f--ked nine chicks” after dropping acid with Makonnen at SXSW. He keeps his party tales going on the new album with the track “L$D,” the video for which appeared online in recent days. "I've been doing this stuff since I got into the industry," he told Billboard about his drug use. "People are scared to talk about it."
A.L.L.A. is the latest in a long list of hip hop albums to arrive unexpectedly in the first half of 2015. New recordings by Drake, Kendrick Lamar and Earl Sweatshirt all dropped early or without the tactical hype and buildup typically associated with a frontline campaign.