A$AP Rocky‘s long-awaited debut album, LongLiveA$AP, has suffered its fair share of delays already, but it sounds like the LP may be facing yet another push back. In a recent interview with MTV, the Harlem rapper stated that his album might not be released on the most recently scheduled date of Oct. 31. He explained that he doesn’t want to sacrifice the quality of the record in order to meet a deadline.
“I’m really shooting to have my album come out on Halloween, with the grace of God, but if not, around that time,” he said. “It’s gonna be later this fall…hopefully [it will be Halloween], if I can reach the deadline.”
With no artwork or tracklist being released–only the Hit-Boy-produced “Goldie” single in circulation–Rocky will be cutting it close if he intends on releasing LongLiveA$AP at the end of next month. Prefix will update you with further details as they become available.