Collaborating with singer Miguel and producer Mark Ronson, A$AP Rocky released the new single, "Everyday," off his album At.Long.Last.A$AP. (A.L.L.A.). Check out the song's music video below and watch Rocky break down the lyrics and how the track came together in London for Power 106 in LA.
Updated on November 30, 2015: Music video replaced the audio stream
A$AP Rocky ft Rod Stewart, Miguel, and Mark Ronson "Everyday" Music Video
A$AP Rocky Breaks Down His "Everyday" Verse for Power 106
Although Rod Stewart samples aren't the norm for Rocky, this track leans heavily on the melody of "In A Broken Dream" by a band called Python Lee Jackson featuring Stewart's vocals, and has an old school sound that shares similarities with his Theophilus London collaboration, "Big Spender."
The track hits its stride as the beat changes and A$AP takes off on a verse much more his style, as if he was biding his time for the first two minutes. The Miguel bridge cools the track down, and is much more gratifying than listening to him parrot Rod Stewart's words.
The video, directed by Emmanuel Cossu and Fleur & Manu, shows an older version of A$AP dealing with the pressures of fame with painkillers and plastic surgery. The clip then goes back in time to when the rapper was younger and on his way to stardom and success.
For A$AP Rocky's latest music, news, and tour dates, check out his Zumic artist page.