A$AP Rocky is big on style and for his latest single, "Jukebox Joints," the Harlem, New York swag champ finds some inspiration from the past.
Honestly, you didn't expect Rocky to set a song called "Jukebox Joints" in 2015 did you? The video, which premiered on MTV Jams on Monday (Aug. 10), opens in a 1960's style diner, while Rocky and his A$AP Mob rap in front of a jukebox.
That's not the only throwback Rocky throws in his vid, there's also a vintage 1990s "Street Fighter II: Turbo" arcade game.
Oh yeah, there's a beeper too.
The single is the latest off of Rocky's At.Long.Last.A$AP , and though the album version of the song features Kanye West, Yeezy doesn't appear in the clip. It's cool -- Rocky is jiggy enough for the both of them.