A$AP Rocky made his Apple Music debut today, with the premiere of his video for his song "Everyday," which he crafted with Rod Stewart, Mark Ronson, and Miguel. The video, which they call a "Hip-hop Hollywood Story," plays out just like a dramatic film, with Rocky undergoing facial surgery and encountering all kinds of crazy shit along the way, while Stewart, Miguel, and company all make appearances.
Along with the new video, Rocky also sat down with Zane Lowe for his first ever interview on Beats 1 Radio. During the conversation, Rocky talked about how it's difficult to go into label meetings in 2015 with a full body of work, with all of the focus being on singles. As far as his standing in the game, Rocky said he would prefer to be underrated than overrated.
In terms of the rest of the rap game right now, Rocky said that he loves Future's DS2 album, and that he's leading the way for a lot of people right now. "People can't differentiate from props and biting," Rocky said. Rocky also talked about what's next for him, and revealed that he's working on new music with A$AP Mob, and directed a video for a new Pusha T song that is coming soon.