It’s been over three years now, since A$AP Rocky released his last studio album. That was “Testing,” which was the number four album in the US, and went gold.
In the meantime, fans continue to stream some of Rocky’s classic projects, including his 2011 debut mixtape, “Live.Love.A$AP.” It was recently revealed that it’d be finally appearing on streaming outlets, on October 29, as well. The original release date for this mixtape, in 2011, was October 31.
Now, the Harlem rapper has a message for his fans, ahead of the mixtape’s anticipated streaming release. Rocky explained how grateful he is to be 10 years into the industry, as well as being able to show the world who he is, on Live.Love.A$AP.
“10 YEARZ IN DI$!!! A CRAZY JOURNEY. FROM HOPPIN TRAINS WIT YAM$ ,DA UP$ & DOWN$, DA HUGZ, DA PUNCHE$, DA LAUGH$, DA TEAR$, DA HI’$ & LOW$. FROM DA $TA$H HOU$E 2 DA LATE NIGHT$ AT DA $TUDIO$ WIT NO CHICKEN , DI$ PROJECT WA$ HOW DA WORLD FIR$T HEARD WHO ROCKY IZ WHO JODYE IZ WHO FLACKO IZ. 4EVA GRATEFUL 4 ALL DA FANZ & FAMILY WHO’VE GROWN WIT ME DI$ IZ 4 Y’ALL. LIVE LOVE A$AP 10 YEAR ANNIVER$ARY OUT 2MRW ON $TREAMIN PLATFORMZ FINALLY!!!. RIP EA$T $IDE $TEVE EEE!”
Live.Love.A$AP contained popular records such as “Palace,” “Peso,” “Wassup,” and “Kissin’ Pink,” ft. A$AP Ferg. Unfortunately though, Kissin’ Pink and “Out Of This World,” won’t appear on the streaming version, of this mixtape.
Check out A$AP Rocky’s message to his fans, ahead of tonight’s “Live.Love.A$AP” release, below.
— LORD FLACKO JODYE II (@asvpxrocky) October 28, 2021