During their headlining Ultra Europe performance, Swedish House Mafia debuted the A$AP Rocky collaboration they recently teased.
The trio had all the lights turned down and showed nothing but #JUSTICEFORROCKY on their display before hyping up the crowd. After preparing their audience for what was about to come, they dropped a chaotic hip-hop track featuring the recently incarcerated artist. The latest from Swedish House Mafia is certainly a switch up for fans expecting another progressive house anthem, considering it's more hip-hop than EDM.
A$AP Rocky (real name Rakim Mayers) is the subject of major controversy after his arrest in Sweden earlier this month. According to sources, he's being detained and subject to unsafe conditions with little food. Due to his controversial arrest, he was forced to cancel his performance at Tomorrowland while Swedish House Mafia members Axwell, Steve Angello, and Sebastian Ingrosso are rumored to play.
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