The follow-up to the charismatic Harlem MC's 2013 release, Long.Live.A$AP, A$AP Rocky's chart topping sophomore album, At.Long.Last.A$AP, features a stellar line up of guest appearances including Rod Stewart, Miguel and Mark Ronson on "Everyday," ScHoolboy Q on "Electric Body," Lil Wayne on a new version of the previously released "M'$," Kanye West and Joe Fox on "Jukebox Joints," plus Mos Def, Juicy J, UGK and more on other standout tracks. Producers Danger Mouse, Jim Jonsin, Juicy J and Mark Ronson among others, contributes to the album's trippy new sound.
The Los Angeles Times describes the new album as "raw, woozy, profoundly psychedelic and often brilliant." The New York Times proclaims "Rocky is a more precise and impressive rapper...a rapper who understands his talent in relation to that of his peers and that of his influences, unafraid of showing you his blueprint." Rolling Stone cites "At.Long.Last.A$AP takes the gritty East Coast classicism and syrup-drippin' Houston screwiness of his killer 2013 debut, Long.Live.A$AP, and adds an extra level of psychedelic sprawl..."