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A$AP Rocky delivers trippy new visuals for "A$AP FOREVER"

Over the last several months harlem rapper A$AP Rocky has unleashed a slew of new tracks which are rumored to be from his forthcoming album titled "Testing". Whether or not these rumors are true remains to be see, as nothing has been officially confirmed by anyone in the A$AP camp. In any case we believe those to be merely appetizers, his latest release "A$AP Forever" feels a bit more like the albums first official single. Also the albums first video which was directed by Dexter Navy who's no stranger to A$AP collaboration, directing such projects as "Moneyman" for the A$AP MOB as well as "JD" and most notably "L$D" for A$AP Rocky. The song is cut into two parts, as is the video. The first 2 minutes see Rocky spreading love in visually stunning fashion with his A$AP partners on the streets of NY, at about the 2 minute mark Rocky hits a blunt and is transcended off to a euphoric place as the track shifts to the Moby sampled electro/dance track "Porcelain". Once again Navy brings us into another world filled with trippy visuals that really capture the vibe of the song, much like his work on the "L$D" video in 2016. Check out the full "A$AP Forever" video below.


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