The Harlem rapper's latest studio LP is due for release before the end of the year
The Harlem rapper is reportedly looking to release his latest studio project before the end of the year, which will follow 2015’s ‘At. Long. Last. ASAP’.
In a recent interview, Rocky revealed a number of new details about the record – including the news that Skepta will feature in some capacity.
“[I’ve] been working a lot with my boy Skepta, just exchanging energy and vibes in a brotherly way,” he told The Evening Standard, before later proclaiming his love for grime. “All that stuff, all those guys, I’ve been on that stuff for some time, I think it’s cool.”
Speaking about the recording process, Rocky also disclosed that he’d been working on the album in London recently.
“It’s just special to me for some reason,” he said. “I’m just… I express myself way better when I’m in an environment that allows me to be. When I’m here, for the most part, I’m in a peaceful, creative environment and I’m testing the waters and making new music, messing around with new sounds and anything that’s innovative.”