A$AP Rocky drops Angels Pt.2 as his discography turns 10

A$AP Rocky‘s debut studio album, Long.Live.ASAP, recently turned 10 years old. To celebrate the occasion, he’s dropped a new music video to ‘Angels’.

A$AP Rocky

“Today marks the 10 year anniversary for my 1st [sic] commercial album!” Rocky wrote on Instagram, alongside a clip from the video.

“I want to take a moment to reflect & think about the ppl [sic] I miss & the times we had. RIP Yams & Virgil, thank you for the help on this 1st project. Long. Live. A$AP. Angels. PT 2 AWGE EDIT OUT NOW!”

Here we see ‘Angels Pt. 2’ pick up where Rocky’s original ‘Angels’ video left off. The rapper is surrounded by friends, roaming New York City and California neighbourhoods with total freedom. 

In the moments that the late Yams appears in the video, a halo is placed on his head. Yams was one of the founding members of A$AP Mob. He died from acute mixed drug intoxication in January 2015.

Long. Live. ASAP was released on Jan. 15, 2013, peaking at No.1 and spending a total of 79 weeks on the all-genre Billboard 200 chart. Kendrick Lamar and Drake were among the big names who appeared on the project.

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