ASAP Rocky Performs “ASAP Forever” and “Distorted Records” on ‘The Tonight Show’
As A$AP Rocky gears up for the release of his new album, the Harlem rapper continues to premiere new music and stopped by The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon on April 4 to share two of his latest tracks, "A$AP Forever" and "Distorted Records."
Instead of doing the usual late-night talk show performance, the A$AP Mob rapper opted for a more film-like medley of the two songs. The performance kicked off with Rocky sporting a crash test dummy suit while lying in bed in a bright room. After performing a bit of "A$AP Forever," it's revealed the rapper is being monitored by two people wearing lab coats and gas masks.
Rocky then hops out of the bed and performs "Distorted Records." Like the title suggests, the track features a distorted beat with the rapper's vocals being scratched throughout the hook. "First things first, I done heard the worst things/Like if I'm 'ya top ten, mine's better be the first name," he raps.
Along with the new songs premiered on The Tonight Show, Flacko also dropped off his new "Who Run It (Freestyle)." Rapping over the Three 6 Mafia beat that G Herbo recently remixed, Rocky spits a bar that may be seen as controversial. "Make a bitch wanna stare or somethin'/Niggas stare, you queer, son?" he spits.
Check out A$AP Rocky's electric performance on The Tonight Show and listen to his new freestyle below.
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