A$AP Rocky - 'Peso'

A dreamy psychedelic jam

Sign a new rapper, as Sony RCA did, for a cool $3m, and what do you get? The exchange rate for now is one ‘Peso’, a dreamy psychedelic jam that, despite the drug references and gunshots, displays Rocky Harlem’s desire to move New York hip-hop out of clichésville.

Tim Chester, Deputy Editor, NME.COM

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