And there’s a preview of the cover art, too!
Making an appearance on 106 & Park, A$AP Rocky announced that his studio debut album, Long.Live.A$AP, will be dropping early next year—January 15 to be exact. The Harlem rapper even confirmed the date via Twitter.
As we might recall, the album’s official release date was postponed twice (from the initial September 11 followed by October 31) due to clearing samples and issues with final mastering process. Rocky also said that he was unafraid to delay the release because he wanted to make sure everything sounded perfect.
One of the most-anticipated albums of 2012, Long.Live.A$AP carries the single, “F**kin’ Problems,” featuring Drake, 2 Chainz, and Kendrick Lamar. In addition, the cover art for his long-awaited debut album was unveiled, which showcases an altered image of Pretty Flacko draped in the American flag, all in black-and-white color scheme (via DDotOmen).
Finally! A release date is upon us … Let’s just hope this one sticks!
News Source: Rap-Up
Image Source: ImageCollect