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A$AP Rocky joins forces with Miguel, Mark Ronson, and... Rod Stewart

A$AP Rocky joins forces with Miguel, Mark Ronson, and... Rod Stewart

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A$AP Rocky just released his latest single, "Everyday," in the run-up to his sophomore album release in June. It's built around a Rod Stewart hook from the '70s, attacking the same loop with as many different beats as possible over the course of four minutes. Farsifa samples are more a mellow feel than usual for Rocky but it's a very good spot for him, sitting between Ronson (who already has one of 2015's biggest hits under his belt with "Uptown Funk") and Miguel, who's setting up for a big splash this summer. Oh, and "Coffee" is pretty good, too, if you aren't already listening to it on repeat.

At.Long.Last.A$AP is out June 2nd on RCA records.