A$AP Rocky Releases (Week in Review): ASAP Rocky News
Now we get to see the song come to life--it starts off in a '50s setting at a diner, with shots of Rocky wearing a varsity jacket and using an old-school jukebox. Then we get to the '90s, evidenced by the beepers worn by Rocky's crew. They take the subway and end up at a party, where Rocky gazes at the camera with melancholy airs through a crowd of women.
The clip is shot in psychedelic tones of purple and pink, with trippy effects added. While the original version of the song featured a verse from Kanye West, it's missing from this video, which is a minute shorter than the album version. Watch it - here.
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