A$AP Rocky, Miguel, Mark Ronson & Rod Stewart on a Song Together? You Don’t Hear That Everyday (Audio)

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A$AP Rocky’s sophomore studio album, At.Long.Last.A$AP is less than a month away (June 2). Aiming to follow-up his platinum RCA/Polo Grounds debut from several years back, it’s only the big guns for the Harlem, New Yorker.

That’s exactly what “Everyday” aims to be. Produced by the limitless Mark Ronson, the record involves Rocky’s label-mate Miguel, as well as a credited sample appearance from the raspy Rod Stewart. Part melancholic, part celebratory, the song has a live-fast mantra to it, and finds an icon of music, fashion, and Internet-era pop culture reconciling with his place in things. Despite the vast personnel, the writing and product could be described as simple by some, as a compliment. This seems not unlike the moments concocted on mixtapes that brought Rakim Mayers this far.

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