At a lecture last night for the Red Bull Music Academy, A$AP Rocky premiered a new track, "Everyday," and it's got quite the interesting set of collaborators. Mark Ronson, Miguel and Rod Stewart(?!) all appear on the song, which will be on Rocky's upcoming album A.L.L.A. The song opens with Stewart's trademark huskiness from his 1972 track, "In a Broken Dream," before veering into a hip-hop jam anchored by Rocky's slick flow, Miguel's smooth crooning and Ronson's church music-in-outer space production. Give it a listen, above.
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