Following the presentation of his first album cover for At.Long.Last.A$AP, the Harlem rapper has unveiled the alternative artwork for his upcoming record. Once again paying tribute to deceased friend and mentor A$AP Yams, the image features a monochromatic Rocky as he bears Yams’ recognizable birthmark. Fittingly, At.Long.Last.A$AP was executive produced by the late creative and is set to release on June 2. In the meantime, listen to “M’s” and “Everyday.”

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