a$ap rocky reveals 'at.long.last.a$ap' album artwork
A$AP Rocky has revealed the artwork for his hotly-anticipated second album At.Long.Last.A$AP. The cover art shows A$AP Rocky covering his face with his hands, fingers covered in diamond-encrusted rings, holding the face of the late A$AP Yams up like a mask. Like his debut mixtape and album covers, it is mostly black and white, but Yams's distinctive facial birthmark is colored in red and purple. A$AP Yams was the founder and mastermind behind the A$AP Mob, and was executive producing A$AP Rocky's album before his untimely death at the age of 26 in January this year.
i-D cover star A$AP Rocky revealed the artwork on his Instagram account, simply captioning it "AT LONG LAST....", a day after confirming the album's release date will be June 2 and revealing the track Everyday, which features Rod Stewart, Miguel and Mark Ronson (who also produced the track).