Flacko Jodye Season is in full effect as A$AP Rocky mounts up for his upcoming album release At.Long.Last.A$AP. The rapper has been dropping a ton of new material and art promoting his big release since announcing his season. Now we have a very interesting and stylish video by the A$AP Mobster for a song off his upcoming release, LSD (Love, Sex, Dreams).
Rocky told fans earlier this year that he would be experimenting with a bunch of psychedelic sounds on this upcoming album. LSD definitely is evidence that Lord Flacko was not exaggerating as you can almost catch a psychedelic high off of the track. Rocky and video director Dexter Navy (who also shot the cover art for Rocky’s album cover) come together to create an even more psychedelic, colorful video. The video takes us through a bunch of hallucinations, drifiting in and out of bright lights and creamy bokehs as we follow Rocky through the city of Tokyo in his intoxicated and drugged state of mind.
In the midst of his slurred, hallucinatory story, it cuts into a snippet of another track off of his upcoming album called “Excuse Me” which is a more stable and traditional Flacko sound. You can check out the video below and tell us how you feel about the new A$AP Rocky sound in the comments below. At.Long.Last.A$AP drops June 2nd.