A$AP Rocky returned recently with a genre-bending anthem titled ‘A$AP Forever’, and overnight the Harlemite has blessed us by dropping off the cinematic visuals for the Moby-sampling opus.
Fresh off the release of clanking trap collab ‘Bad Company’ with Memphis upstart BlocBoy JB, Pretty Flacko takes us on a Dexter Navy directed trip down memory lane as we flip and warp through some iconic imagery and grimy New York locales.
Perhaps most impressive is the trippy back end of the video, as we watch Rocky free-fall and have his body morph through a series of visuals (including some of Moby himself) as the sample of ‘Porcelain’ is given the room to ring off in all its late ‘90s glory.
It seems like the A$AP head honcho is hinting at dropping his first new solo album in three years with this string of releases, and cryptic posts on Instagram have so far led fans to believe that the title might be Testing. While we can only further theorise when that one will be blowing up our streaming services, for now you can take a look at the video for ‘A$AP Forever’ up above.
- Image via: Instagram