A$AP Rocky assembled the whole crew for his brand new "Fuckin' Problems" video, which finds the "Pretty Flacko" rapper teaming up with three of hip-hop's brightest young stars: Drake, Kendrick Lamar and 2 Chainz. The video's got few frills but plenty of voluptuous women, as the the four MC don their fliest duds (though Drake's t-shirt and sunglasses ensemble looks like something Lenny Kravitz might buy at a boardwalk t-shirt shop) spit braggadocio and mug for the camera. A$AP Rocky's much-anticipated, long-delayed album LongLiveA$AP is set to hit stores on January 15th.
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