Rocko "U.O.E.N.O.' Feat. Future & A$AP Rocky
A$AP lent his bars to Rocko's infectious banger "U.O.E.N.O." The single, which initially boasted features from Rick Ross and Future then eventually spawned different remixes, was Rocko’s highest-charting single.
Raekwon "I Got Money" Feat. A$AP Rocky
Raekwon leaves little to the imagination when it comes to his pockets in "I Got Money" featuring Flacko. For all the big money-talkers out there, listen to Rocky add his signature dollar sign swag to it.
Sam Smith "I'm Not The Only One" Feat. A$AP Rocky
Rocky doesn’t shy away from genres outside of rap. He offered up two verses for British soul singer, Sam Smith, whose fourth single "I'm Not The Only One" from his debut studio album topped UK Billboard charts.
A$AP Ferg "Work (Remix)" Feat. A$AP Rocky, French Montana, SchoolBoy Q & Trinidad James
Joining forces with A$AP Mob mate Ferg, Rocky sent fans into a frenzy when he contributed bars to the remix of the hustler's anthem "Work." The visual put in work, too, with over 37 million views on YouTube.
Tinashe "Pretend" Feat. A$AP Rocky
Assisting R&B starlet, TInashe, A$AP dropped a sixteen on the second single from her debut album, Aquarius, even starring as her opposite in the romantic visual.
A$AP Rocky "Electric Body" Feat. SchoolBoy Q
Rocky’s favorite partner-in-rhyme, SchoolBoy Q, graced this track for their fifth collaboration, produced by Hector Delgado and Danger Mouse.
With Curtis Heron on the beat, Rocky reps for Harlem while Juicy J issues a warning for MFers who ain't real.
"Everyday" Feat. Rod Stewart, Miguel and Mark Ronson
Rocky’s second A.L.L.A. single fused electro-pop to neo-soul R&B with a star-studded roster of contributors. The sample comes from Rod Stewart’s feature on Python Lee Jackson’s song “In a Broken Dream.”
Selena Gomez "Good For You" Feat. A$AP Rocky
This sexy number takes ex-Disney babe Selena Gomez on a trip with Rocky, a track best used in the bedroom.
"F--kin' Problems" Feat. Drake, 2 Chainz & Kendrick Lamar
This double-platinum track took hip-hop by storm. Selling over two million digital copies, the feature-heavy banger still gets play almost two years after its release.