At Long Last A$AP – A$AP Rocky – 8.3

1. Holy Ghost – 8.4
2. Canal St – 7.9
3. Fine whine – 8.3
4. L$D – 8.8
5. Excuse me – 8.6
6. JD – 8.5
7. Lord pretty flacko jodye – 8.6
8. Electric body – 8.1
9. Jukebox joints – 8.2
10. Max B – 8.3
11. Pharsyde – 7.8
12. Wavybone – 8
13. West side highway – 7.9
14. Better things – 7.9
15. M’$ – 8.9
16. Dreams interlude – N/A
17. Everyday – 7.8
18. Back Home – 8.4

This review may come as a bit of a shock to some but I’m not crazy about A$AP Rocky’s second album At Long Last A$AP. This is probably down to the fact that Rocky wanted to give the album a completely different sound and vibe to previous album Long Live A$AP, which was excellent. This new relaxed and artistic sound which heavily influences ALLA just doesn’t captivate me or keep me interested throughout the albums length. That being said though, there are some great tracks on this album such as M’$, Lord Pretty Flacko Jodye, Excuse Me, JD and L$D. Despite the opinion splitting vibe of this album, Rocky still manages to keep his swagger throughout this experimental swerve in his career. Overall, this is a good follow up album from A$AP Rocky with some great songs, but my personal preference of favouring fast and strong trap bangers like in Long Live A$AP just stops ALLA from being a great album. My hopes for Rocky’s new album Testing dropping this year is to be a strong and focused piece of work, whatever sound or genre Rocky will bring to the table.