With the cover art and a few singles already out, we're starting to get a better picture of what Rocky's A.L.L.A will sound like. But with every new release, he seems to explore a new style. "LSD," for example, starts with a couple of stripped-down melodies from Rocky before things suddenly pick up and he spits a verse, only to lapse back into the slow, smooth acid-infused whirlpool.

The album's official tracklist saw the light of day this week, and raised just as many questions as it answered. But I don't think anyone's worried. With tracks like "LSD," Rocky has proved to his fans that he can try things that are totally new and still sound amazing.—Graham

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