A$AP Rocky revisits At.Long.Last.A$AP, the Harlem emcee’s latest LP, with the visual for “Everyday” featuring Rod Stewart, Miguel & Mark Ronson. It was premiered on Apple Music.
In the video, Rocky plays a man whose life of fame and success is far behind him. After multiple plastic surgeries, he is a shell of himself. His life in the video is shown in reverse order, with the tragic end to his life, following depression and addiction, is played out before the simplicity of his pre-fame, consisting of love and hangin’ with the homies, is depicted.
Check out the visual above. This one follows a string of consistently good visuals from the project, with “L$D” and “Jukebox Joints.” If you haven’t checked out our review of At.Long.Last.A$AP, read it here. Download the project on iTunes.
More like A-Fat Rocky, am I right?: