ScHoolboy Q Says ASAP Rocky Was Supposed to be On 'Blank Face LP'

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It looks like fans barely missed a new collaboration between ScHoolboy Q and ASAP Rocky. ScHoolboy Q recently revealed that he and Rocky collaborated on a track however, things got a little complicated with the beat.

In a Twitter Q&A with fans, one fan asked:

"@ScHoolBoyQ great album man but why didn't you have Rocky featured on your album? The chemistry y'all have is phenomenal musically."

Q answered by saying Rocky was actually on the album and that Pharrell gave the beat for the song away.

He went on to say that if the person who holds the beat doesn't use it, he would be able to put it out for the fans.

ASAP Rocky and ScHoolboy Q are two rappers that always bring out the very best in each other on their collaborations such as the oldest piece, "Hands On The Wheel."

Q is hot off the release of his latest album the Blank Face LP, which happens to be a huge hit with his fans. For the fans sake, we hope the person who has the beat doesn't use it.