Album: Yet to be titled (2018)


  • This song finds A$AP Rocky reflecting on a lost love who he is convinced made the wrong move to ditch him for another man.

    'Cause lately I've been thinkin' 'bout you and rebuildin'
    Walking 'round like you lost feelings
    I can tell he not fulfilling
    You in love with me still

    A$AP refuses to budge from his conviction that he is still the right guy for her.
  • The Harlem born MC produced the song with frequent co-workers Danger Mouse and Hector Delgado, as well as first time collaborator Syk Sense (Khalid's "Location," Drake's "6 God"). The four producers heavily sample the Australian outfit Tame Impala's 2010 track "Why Won't You Make Up Your Mind?" transforming the original's chillout vibe into an upbeat, summery tune.
  • A$AP debuted the song live at the Camp Flog Gnaw Carnival in Los Angeles on November 10, 2018.
  • The trippy video, directed by Frank Lebon, features A$AP caught up a violent scene in a sweaty underground club that appears to have been frozen in time.


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