A$AP Rocky, 'At. Long. Last. A$AP'

Taking a more psychedelic approach on his sophomore album, A.L.L.A., A$AP Rocky experiments with different flows and cadences rather than relying solely on his Southern-inspired raps. Tracks like “Everyday,” “Wavybone” and “Jukebox Joints” showcased the growth of the Harlem, N.Y. native and proved his dominance in the realm of hip-hop. His sonically-charged approach to incorporating a diverse soundscape adds to the projects appeal. Kanye West, Rod Stewart, Miguel, Mark Ronson are among the artists featured, which also helped the LP reach the No. 1 spot on the Billboard 200 chart in June. This feat cemented the A$AP Mob member as one of the most influential and distinctive voices of his generation.