’15 Best Albums #7: A$AP Rocky ‘At.Long.Last.A$AP’

Written By: @Elliottwilson January 8, 2016 @ 12:00 PM EST
0/0

Praises To ALLAH

The kid from Harlem who was named after Rakim really comes into his own on his second studio album. This ain’t your average rap, it’s an ambitious affair as Rocky effectively curates everyone from Rod Stewart to Lil Wayne into his psychedelic world. Stay trippy, ASAP.—EW

Tags:
Rate This:
5
Submit 2 Ratings
14 Comments
  • THE REAL mac DIESEL

    ALBUM WAS AVERAGE!!!! HE NEEDS TO GET OFF THAT HOUSTON DICK!!!! I’D PUT THIS ALBUM AT #10!!!! ELLIOTT WILSON IS OLD AND OUT OF TOUCH TO PUT THIS AT #7!!!! YOU OLD CLOWN!!!!

    DON’T HATE ON MY OPINION!!!!

    • Tomas Anthony

      album was fire bruhh bruhh

  • el jim chapo guzman

    That album was wack to me.

  • RTH

    Super overrated and forgotten about. Rocky losing his shine

  • hip-hop connoisseur

    I hate his music !!!

  • Tomas Anthony

    AMAZING album thank you guys for not fucking it up, still waiting to see where Dark Sky Paradise is at

  • Da Business

    Was better than I expected.

  • Jumpman

    Dope. I think A$AP Rocky has a great fashion sense. I really think he carries himself very well. He has been a significant style star since his early days wearing a dress during his appearance on 106 & Park. This album is full of fashion references.

    • Tomas Anthony

      forget about the fashion and look at the QUALITY of music on this album. shit was fire he didnt feel pressure to make commercial records like Fucking Problems or Wild For The Night and put together a GREAT body of work IMO not hating on his style or nothing just saying for AoY fashion shouldnt have anything to do with it

    • Whatever you have to say to seek attention! Troll of the century right here! You’re really pathetic.

  • did this album have any hits?
    i know his last album had “fucking problem” which was a smash hit.
    then u had popular songs like angels, goldie, and long live asap.
    even wild for the night was played at most clubs.

    but i dont remember any songs from this new album being played in a lot of places, consistently. canal street was dope. the rest of the album felt really somber.

  • thedeamkid19

    this shit was good stoner material

  • Sina Mailer Daemon Djavadkhani

    Took hip hop to psychedelic 60s!! He successfully reinvented his sound while people are still copying his old one !! Well done Rocky !!

  • Gargemels tracksuit

    This kid’s stardom will transcend rap soon. The A$AP movement always reminds me of Camp Lo