A$AP Rocky has just dropped a new song, Everyday, that saw him collaborate with everyone from Mark Ronson, to Miguel, to Rod Stewart via Australian band Python Lee Jackson.
To explain, A$AP Rocky teamed up with Mark Ronson to produce the new track which is a cut from his forthcoming album A.L.L.A. (At Long Last ASAP), due to drop next month.
A$AP Rocky raps over supporting vocals provided by singer Miguel and a sample of pre-Faces Rod Stewart singing on Australian band Python Lee Jackson’s 1970 single In A Broken Dream. It’s a surprising, and winning, combination.
The Australian rock band now join fellow Aussie act Kučka who was sampled by the New York rapper on his 2013 hit Long Live A$AP and also sang vocals on his track Fashion Killa.
A.L.L.A. (At Long Last A$AP) will follow up A$AP Rocky’s 2013 debut album Long.Live.A$AP and according to the rapper will drop in the US in June 2nd. It’s reported to also feature guest appearances from Lykke Li, FKA twigs and Mos Def.
Listen: A$AP Rocky – Everyday feat. Rod Stewart x Miguel x Mark Ronson
Gallery: A$AP Rocky @ Hordern Pavilion, Sydney 28/06/2013 / Photos by Zoltan Blazer
A$AP Rocky & Mark Ronson Sample An Australian Band On New Song 'Everyday' - Music Feeds