Juicy J Teases Release Of A$AP Rocky's Album: "Cooked Up A Masterpiece"
A$AP Rocky released Testing last year to a mixed reaction among his fan base. It was experimental but the execution didn’t entirely work out favorably. Nonetheless, fans are still waiting for new music from Rocky as well as the rest of the Mob. The rapper’s teased new music while doing more collabs now than ever before. We know that Juicy J has a big hand in the project as the Three 6 Mafia member’s given more updates on the project than Rocky himself. He recently took to Twitter to tease a new collaboration and remind fans to keep their eyes peeled.
It appears as though we could expect Metro Boomin, A$AP Rocky, Project Pat, and Juicy J on the same song together along with Hector Delgado and Michael Foster. Juicy J shared a photo of all of them in the studio on Twitter and said, “5:30am We cooked up a masterpiece! @asvpxrocky new album on the wayyyyyyyyyyy.”
Over the past few months, A$AP Rocky’s teased a ton of new music during his live performances but he hasn’t really shared much information on when we could receive it. Most recently, he previewed a new single on Ian Connor’s Instagram Live. After the clip floated around the web, fans were begging for it but thankfully, Ian Connor clarified that we could expect it “Sometime Before Summer.”
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