A$AP Rocky’s Video For “Everyday” is A Hip-Hop Hollywood Story

Rod Stewart, Miguel, and Mark Ronson make cameos in this cinematic flash forward to A$AP’s bloated future. 

A$AP Rocky’s video for “Everyday,” is a grim, but darkly comical cinematic take on the harsh realities of fame. 

The video, shown mostly in flashbacks, opens with a bloated, RX addicted A$AP floating in a pool, fumbling around on pills, and eventually degrading into a plastic-surgery reliant parody of himself. 

The video premiered on Apple Music last night and you can watch it here.

The song features a sample of Rod Stewart (who’s also featured in the video) off the 1972 song “In a Broken Dream” by Australia’s Python Lee Jackson, which Stewart lended vocals to prior to his success as a solo artist. 

A$AP is heading out on tour this Fall with Tyler the Creator.  

Photos by Apple Music