A$AP Rocky continues his media bombardment with another new track and music video.
His album is still a few weeks away from premiering but A$AP Rocky has fans ravenous as he continues to release new material from the upcoming record.
This time it's a track called LSD and the video is, well, basically an LSD trip. The song is decidedly chilled out, and features another beat switch about halfway through - something that appears to be becoming a trademark in Rocky's new material. The video ventures into Rocky's mind and the viewer sees through the rapper's eyes.
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Many fans have noted the video appears to be heavily inspired by a 2009 film called Enter The Void, an equally trippy film about a drug dealer.
Considering the darker, reflective, and more depressive tone of the song as well as the accidental overdose of Rocky's mentor A$AP Yams earlier this year, it's likely the song is documenting Rocky's grief and recovery process as he overcomes his close friend's untimely death.