26th Aug2017

New Music: Lana Del Rey – Summer Bummer ft. A$AP Rocky & Playboi Carti (Clams Casino Remix)

by @Djordje

Clams Casino puts his own spin on Lana Del Rey’s collaboration with A$AP Rocky and Carti. Listen to Clams’ remix of “Summer Bummer” below.

13th Jul2017

New Music: Lana Del Rey – Groupie Love ft. A$AP Rocky

by @Djordje

Lana Del Rey delivers the second single of the day with “Groupie Love” also featuring A$AP Rocky. Stream above.

13th Jul2017

New Music: Lana Del Rey – Summer Bummer ft. A$AP Rocky & Playboi Carti

by @Djordje

Lana Del Rey premiered the first of two new singles today, both which feature A$AP Rocky. Take a listen to the first single “Summer Bummer” featuring Flacko and Playboi Carti, above.

27th Jun2012

(Photos) Inspiration Behind Lana Del Rey & A$AP Rocky’s “National Anthem” Video

by @Djordje

Complex takes a look at 13 iconic images of former first lady Jackie O. and president John F. Kennedy that were used as inspiration for Lana Del Rey’s “National Anthem” music video, co-starring A$AP Rocky. Check the side-by-side comparisons below.

27th Jun2012

(Video) Lana Del Rey – National Anthem (Co-Starring A$AP Rocky)

by @Djordje

“National Anthem,” the newest video from Lana Del Rey, features herself playing the role of Jackie O. and A$AP Rocky as John F. Kennedy. Look for cameos by other members of the A$AP Mob as well. Lana’s Born To Die is in stores now.

22nd Jun2012

(Video) A$AP Rocky Interview with 16Bars.tv

by @Djordje

During his recent visit to Berlin, A$AP Rocky revealed some exclusive info in an interview with 16Bars: Lana Del Rey’s upcoming music video will feature Rocky starring as John F. Kennedy. Watch the interview above to see what he had to say.

09th Apr2012

A$AP Rocky Interview with Billboard’s The Juice

by @Djordje

While Harlem hip-hop hero A$AP Rocky is hard at work on his debut studio album for Polo Grounds/RCA/A$AP Worldwide, the rapper tells Billboard.com that “Ridin’,” a collaboration with Lana Del Rey that leaked last week and was quickly removed from the web, will likely make it onto the final album.

“I might not put it out before because people already know what it is,” says Rocky. “It sounds crazy so far though. We were just gonna call it ‘My Bitch,’ but we’re not gonna get much play with that, so we called it ‘Ridin’.’ [The song] is some Bonnie and Clyde shit.”

Although the pairing of the magnetic MC and bluesy pop singer might be a little confusing on paper, Rocky’s affinity for Del Rey’s music helped orchestrate the collaboration.

“You didn’t know about me being a huge Lana Del Rey fan? That’s all I kept talking about all winter,” says the rapper. “I first had had a crush on her from seeing her on the Internet — I fell in love with her voice the first time I heard it. I probably heard it in July, August for the first time, I think it was ‘Blue Jeans.’ And from then on, I’m like… I love her! Mind you, we never even spoke to each other, and then in Complex [magazine], when she said I was her favorite rapper, I was like, ‘Oh fuck no, man. I gotta work with her! My dream girl acknowledges me!'”

Along with Del Rey, Rocky has been in the studio with a handful of heavy hitters for his proper debut, which follows last fall’s acclaimed “LiveLoveA$AP” mixtape. “I’m also working with Santigold, Pharrell, Hit-Boy — a few people, man. It’s getting crazy,” he says. For his collaboration with Hit-Boy, who produced The Throne’s “N***as in Paris” and Kanye West’s new banger “Theraflu,” Rocky says he doesn’t utilize his “usual flow that everybody’s so familiar with. I went kind of hard, but it was cool, it was easy. You’ll see.”

Most importantly, A$AP Rocky stresses how grateful he is for the shot that Polo Grounds/RCA has given him, and how excited he has become about his new material. “Honestly, I just want to do my best,” he says. “I don’t plan on being the best rapper alive or the worst rapper alive, or even consider [myself] as a rapper. I just want to be an artist and do my best, and be a great businessman, an entrepreneur that paves the way for people, for generations to come behind me. I just want to have longevity and create a legacy for me and my boys.”

Via The Juice.