Though A$AP Yams has passed on, A$AP Rocky is making sure to keep his memory alive. As he was executive producing Rocky’s album A.L.L.A, Yams was also working on an album of his own, titled the Cozy Tapes. Now, the “Everyday” rapper is working to make sure that the project is released.
“I was mostly working on my album At.Long.Last.A$AP while he was curating and organizing who he wanted for the [Cozy Tapes], ” Rocky told MTV News. “So he put it all in his notebook that I carry around with me every day. I’ve got all of his thoughts and I just plan to execute what he started.”
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Yams died at age 26 after an accidental drug overdose on Jan. 18th.
Watch him discuss the album as well as the concept for his new video for his latest single, “Everyday,” below.