Kanye West co-produced and rapped on the hazy and soul-drenched “Jukebox Joints,” one of the standout tracks from A$AP Rocky’s excellent new drug-rap album At.Long.Last.A$AP. But Kanye doesn’t appear in the video, which cuts the song off before his verse comes in. Instead, the hallucinatory purple-tinted clip shows Rocky in a total blur, staggering through parties and nightclubs and bedrooms and subway stations. It plays more like a psychedelic interlude from a late-’60s movie than like a standard rap video. Rocky co-directed the video with Shomi Patwary and AWGE. The clip follows Rocky’s similarly spacey “L$D” video, and you can watch it below.
At.Long.Last.A$AP is out now on A$AP Worldwide/RCA.