ASAP Rocky ‎– At.Long.Last. - 2016 Hip Hop - Black Vinyl - Sealed 2LP + Booklet

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CA$78.95

A$AP Rocky ‎– At.Long.Last.A$AP

Label:
Polo Grounds Music ‎– 88843-07775-1, RCA ‎– 88843-07775-1
Format:
2 × Vinyl, LP, Album, Limited Edition

8 page booklet with a download code on the fourth page.


Country:
Europe
Released:
2016
Genre:
Hip Hop
Style:
Tracklist

A1 Holy Ghost
Featuring – Joe Fox
3:11
A2 Canal St.
Featuring – Bones (
3:47
A3 Fine Whine
Featuring – Future 
3:38
A4 L$D 3:58
A5 Excuse Me 3:58

 

B1 JD 1:45
B2 Lord Pretty Flacko Jodye 2 2:06
B3 Electric Body
Featuring – Schoolboy Q
4:15
B4 Jukebox Joints
Featuring – Joe Fox, Kanye West
5:23
B5 Max B
Featuring – Joe Fox
4:01

 

C1 Pharsyde
Featuring – Joe Fox
3:42
C2 Wavybone
Featuring – Juicy J, UGK
5:03
C3 West Side Highway
Featuring – James Fauntleroy
2:56
C4 Better Things 3:19

 

D1 M'$
Featuring – Lil Wayne
3:53
D2 Dreams (Interlude) 2:16
D3 Everyday
Featuring – Mark Ronson, Miguel (67), Rod Stewart
4:20
D4 Back Home
Featuring – A$AP Yams, Acyde, Mos Def
4:38

 


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Notes

(Pitchfork) "Ok, let’s get past all this swag, trapping, and fashion talking," he exhales on back-to-basics Kanye collab "Jukebox Joints". Turns out, Pretty Flacko’s got real shit to say—though not without the buffer of some par-for-the-course bits of pretty-sounding fluff—and he wastes little time getting to it. Album intro "Holy Ghost" serves as an indictment of the Christian clergy, a grasp towards his own jaded conception of a personal Jesus, and a plea to save his admittedly corrupted soul all the same. It’s clear he’s been sharpening his rap skills on a technical level, too. On "Pharsyde", over a screwed-up take on Danger Mouse’s loping Spaghetti Westernisms, Rocky punctuates a sideways glance at his rapidly gentrifying Uptown kingdom with a loaded "Harlem Shake" reference, the kind of nuanced writing absent from much of his older work. On "Max B", he turns a neck-snapping homage to the incarcerated Wavie One into a commentary on remorseless cops and the prison-industrial complex with newfound lyrical command: "Passed away from a stray from some fake-tough guy/ Now this the kinda story that should make doves cry."

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Condition New
Format 2LP
Label RCA
Color Black