It seems that ever since A$AP Rockys acid-fueled orgy
at SXSW this past year, which occurred right around the release of At. Long. Last. ASAP.
, his style has taken a turn for the psychedelic, producing denser than usual tracks like L$D
and Holy Ghost
His latest video is for his Yeezy-produced cut off of At. Long. Last. ASAP
, "Jukebox Joints." The video features a pit stop at a mid 20th century diner, a barber shop, and an A$AP-esque hangout at an undisclosed location, all of which are divided by short clips of the NYC subway and a dimly lit bedroom with what seems to be a rather comfy bed set. "Jukebox Joints" contains a trip through the psychedelic fog that becomes representative of Rocky's persona, easily becoming a visual staple in the New York rapper's videography.
Check out the video for Jukebox Joints below: