Published Aug 27, 2012Blog-buzzed hip-hop figure A$AP Rocky may be dropping a freebie mixtape with his A$AP Mob at the crack of midnight (August 28), but it turns out that will be the only new material the Brooklyn rapper will deliver in the immediate future. A recent interview with the spitter has revealed that his long-promised LONGLIVEA$AP solo set has been pushed to the end of October.
Speaking with WiLD 94.9, Rocky confirmed that his album will now drop October 31, as opposed to the formerly firm release date of September 11. This isn't the first time the record has been pushed, as it was previously primed to drop in July.
Rocky added in the interview that the LP will feature production work from the likes of Hit-Boy, A$AP Ty Beats, Soufein3000, Clams Casino and Joey Fat Beats, as well as some self-produced beats.
While the delay will no doubt be a downer for those in the need for some more solo A$AP Rocky, beyond recently delivered number "Goldie." At least Pretty Flacko will be hitting the road this fall to showcase some fresh material, though. And, as noted up above, A$AP Mob's Lords Never Worry mixtape is just a few hours away from its arrival.