ASAP Rocky Pushes A.L.L.A. Back: Releases 'Everyday' Ft. Rod Stewart, Miguel & Mark Ronson

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The upcoming A$AP Rocky album "A.L.L.A." was scheduled to be released next week however, plans have changed.

Rocky being the stand-up artist that he is still made sure his fans got a new release with a single titled, "Everyday" featuring Rod Stewart, Miguel, Mark Ronson.

(Audio Below)

"Everyday" is a bit mellow in comparison to "M's," "Multiply" and "Pretty Flacko 2" but it's still "jiggy" in it's own way. Mark Ronson's classic touch is evident and the Rod Stewart sample that is echoed by Miguel gives the song a ton of soul. Rocky has released quality verses with every track thus far.

He's been able to keep the high standards that his fans hold him to by staying true to his style.

There are shades of the trill lifestyle with a breakdown towards the middle of the song. The dynamic track then switches back to it's soulful beginning and rolls out nicely.

"Thursday night and had some unfortunate news to share with us this time," reported HotNewHipHop.

"Instead of the original May 12 release date that we're anticipating, Rocky announced that his sophomore album, 'A.L.L.A. (At.Long.Last.ASAP),' will now be dropping on June 2."

The quality has been there with every new track released by Rocky in the last couple of months.

With the current creative state and the new tracks, Rocky shows signs of great things to come on the release of "A.L.L.A." In the meantime, check out his new offering below.

Listen to "Everyday" by A$AP Rocky ft. Rod Stewart, Miguel & Mark Ronson