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A$AP Rocky joins Rod Stewart and James Corden for karaoke rendition of 'Everyday' – watch

The single samples Stewart's 1970 song with Python Lee Jackson 'In A Broken Dream'

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A$AP Rocky made a surprise appearance on US TV's Late Late Show with James Corden on Tuesday night (July 14), singing in a car with the host and singer Rod Stewart.

In the 'Carpool Karaoke' segment of the show, Corden drives famous people around while they sing along to the radio.

Last night's episode saw the Harlem rapper teaming up with Stewart and Corden for a rendition of latest single 'Everyday'. The song itself samples Australian group Python Lee Jackson's 1970 track 'In A Broken Dream', which Rod Stewart originally provided guest vocals for.

"I don't know if I've ever felt as cool as I do in this moment of my life right now, I genuinely don't," Corden said, while Stewart referred to Rocky as a "lovely bloke".

Watch the clip below.



A$AP Rocky's latest album 'At.Long.Last.A$AP' was released in May.

Speaking from previous about the Stewart team-up, Rocky claimed that the British musician was pleased with the resulting track: "Even Rod Stewart was happy with ['Everyday']. I was glad to know he liked it."

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Rocky also hinted that the unlikely duo may collaborate on an upcoming mixtape, later confirming this to be a joke.

Meanwhile, actress Susan Sarandon recently responded to an A$AP Rocky and Action Bronson lyric about her by saying: "Let's blaze one some time".
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