ASAP Rocky celebrated an enormous milestone this previous weekend. Final Saturday (January 15) marked the 10-year anniversary of his debut album, Lengthy. Dwell. ASAP. At this time, ASAP celebrated the anniversary of the album by sharing a reworked visible fan-favorite.
The tune “Angels” was first-featured on the deluxe version of Lengthy. Dwell. ASAP, however had been acclaimed by followers since its launch. On the heels of the album’s anniversary, Rocky has shared “Half II” of the tune’s unique video.
Within the video, ASAP is seen out in Los Angeles with the ASAP Mob, together with ASAP Ferg and the late ASAP Yams, who noticeably has a halo digitally imposed over his head all through the clip. Rather a lot has occurred for ASAP over the previous decade. He has launched three studio albums, a furnishings line known as Hommemade, and has turn out to be the daddy to a son with Rihanna.
In a latest interview with Complex, ASAP shared that on this level of his profession, he’s prioritizing his artistry, at first:
“I’m in a spot the place I need to give my all to all of this. All I’ve is my craft, my artwork, my household. That’s simply my life. That’s what encompasses or completes my life at this second. So I’m actually compassionate about all the things that I do. And I’ll reiterate I need to specific myself musically in a manner that I haven’t. And it’s such a very bizarre time for hip-hop. We’re shedding so many legends. And the scope of the sport, pop is preventing for the primary spot, as far probably the most predominant style. It’s a very bizarre time proper now. I don’t actually take care of the politics of it. I simply need to give motherf*ckers some dope sh*t.”
Try the “Angels” video above.