(AllHipHop News) A$AP Rocky landed the new cover of Billboard magazine, and the Harlem rapper shares his thoughts on several topics in the publication. One of those subjects was his opinion of Kendrick Lamar's latest LP To Pimp A Butterfly.
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"I got about two songs I liked," said Rocky about K. Dot's second major label album, admitting he only skimmed through the 16-track TPAB.
While the "M's" rhymer was not too high on a large part of his "F*ckin' Problems" collaborator's most recent work, Rocky did express his current interest in rock acts like Portishead, Massive Attack, Thom Yorke, the Kinks, and Tame Impala.
Rocky's own second studio album At.Long.Last.A$AP is set to hit stores on May 12. The A$AP Mob frontman also revealed he is finishing a project by the recently deceased A$AP Yams.
"He left his notebooks, he left his blueprint. His album's f*cking incredible. I want to finish what he started," said Rocky.
A$AP Yams died in January. His death was reportedly caused by an accidental drug overdose.