A$AP Rocky appears on 'Letterman' (January 18)

Rapper will appear at Camden's Proud this weekend

A$AP Rocky appears on 'Letterman' (January 18)

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A$AP Rocky performed tracks from his new album on David Letterman's US chat show last night (January 15).

The rapper began his performance sitting on a throne and was joined on stage by DJ Clark Kent, A-Trak, and araabMUZIK as he performed both 'Wild For The Night' and 'Long Live A$AP' from the album. Scroll down the page to watch the performance now.

The rapper this week released his debut album 'LongLiveA$AP'

An in-depth review of the 'LongLiveA$AP' album appears in this week's magazine, which hits newsstands today (January 16) and is also available digitally.

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