Watch A$AP Rocky Rap While Running Through The Crowd On The Late Late Show

The last time A$AP Rocky showed up on James Corden’s Late Late Show, he was a surprise guest on Rod Stewart’s Carpool Karaoke segment, popping up to rap a quick verse from his Stewart-sampling At.Long.Last.A$AP single “Everyday.” Last night, Rocky was the musical guest on the show, and he did the song once again, or at least a little bit of it. The performance was actually a medley of “Everyday” and the album track “Pharsyde,” but since those tracks are so disjointed, it sounded like he was doing about five different songs. Rocky spent a good portion of the performance running through the crowd in Corden’s studio, making an already-excited crowd very happy. Also of note: It’s apparently now OK to stay stuff like “it’s a irony how LSD has wired me to reach the higher me” on network TV without anyone bleeping anyone out. Ed Sullivan would’ve been scandalized. Watch the performance below.

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