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Collaboration of the Year? A$AP Rocky Brings In Rod Stewart, Miguel and Mark Ronson for "Everyday"

The mixture of classic musicians pairing with some of the most prominent modern artists in the game is something that has kept us on the edge of our seats throughout the past year.  From Gaga and Tony Bennet to Kanye and Paul McCartney these collabs have been original and refreshing.

During a lecture with the Red Bull Music Academy in his hometown of Harlem last night A$AP Rocky revealed the next big collaboration of this nature in the form of “Everyday.”  Taking a sample from Rod Stewart’s “In A Broken Dream,” Rocky adds his own flare to the track which also features Miguel re-working Stewart’s classic 1972 hit.  Mark Ronson takes over control of the boards to encapsulate a classic yet modern feel.

This cut from A$AP Rocky will be featured on his upcoming album A.L.L.A. or “At.Long.Last.A$AP” which is slated to hit shelves on June 2nd.  So far this year has been quite the showcase for rap and it’s only getting bigger and better.  Check out the smooth work of Rocky, Stewart, Miguel and Ronson below.

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