A$AP Rocky’s Jukebox Joints Visual Shows The Timeless Response To Good Music (Video)

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From A$AP Rocky’s At. Long. Last. A$AP, “Jukebox Joints” is a standout. The Kanye West and Che Pope (a longtime Dr. Dre ensemble producer)-created track infuses Soul sampling with Rocky’s brand of psychedelia. Moreover, A$AP masters the ceremony with command in the single’s lyrics.

For the video, Kanye (who also guested on the songs vocals) does not appear. However, the Harlem mainstay holds his own two down. The colorful video is a trippy, dream-like treatment that blends the modern day party-life with jukebox-era nostalgia. It requires no quarters or crispy dollar bills to press play on this one.

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