A$AP Rocky has made some interesting sample choices on his records, from Aaliyah and Imogen Heap to Cypress Hill and Ol' Dirty Bastard. Building "A$AP Forever" around Moby's "Porcelain," however, is one of his most surprising moves yet, but it works so well.

Moby's haunting melodies provide the perfect backbone of a moody rap beat, and hearing Rocky ad lib over the full section of "Porcelain" that plays out around the two minute mark is a perfect interlude. It didn't hurt that "A$AP Forever" was released with an incredible video directed by Dexter Navy, but if there's one thing Rocky's never had trouble with, it's presenting a cohesive artistic vision, from sound to style to visuals.—Alex Gardner