A$AP Rocky was back in the desert for Coachella this weekend, and took some time out to talk to Fuse about his debut album LongLiveA$AP, his collaboration with Hit-Boy, "Goldie," and the infamous A$AP SXSW concert brawl. The album sounds like it's ready, but since it's not due out until July, Rocky suggests things may change, saying, "If I come across something crazy, we're gonna add it. But if not, it's done." In addition, he says that he thinks Hit-Boy possibly had someone else "bigger" in mind for the "Goldie" beat. Could that have originally been intended for Kanye West? Jay-Z?
Rocky also clears up the SXSW brawl rumors in the interview, explaining, "It was crazy. Somebody started throwing cans, and next thing I knew we just jumped in the crowd to start moshing with them, and they just started spreading rumors that we f*cked people up." Finally, he alludes to bringing out a special guest for his Coachella set, which turned out to be Master P. Trill.