Rocky went left and it worked. Rarely does that happen. Albums that divert from what you’ve expected from an artist are often times polarizing. But the A$AP frontman delivered with one of his best projects to date. He shows his lyrical growth from the beginning. “Holy Ghost” is like going to church on Sunday after a night of partying. It’s a song of reflection, and it’s a song about doubters and hypocrites. The A$AP Mob has had its fair share of the latter. No one knows what their destiny holds. The passing of Yams has a lot to do with that notion. However, if Rocky can stay in the zone that he was in when creating A.L.L.A. they’ll be fine. Hopefully a collab album with ScHoolboy Q is on the way because they cannot miss. “Electric Body” is going to tear the summer up. Expect to hear this album blaring from car speakers and Harlem windows for the foreseeable future. —AD
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