Back in May, A$AP Rocky revealed a big collaboration in the form of 'Everyday': himself, alongside Miguel and Rod Stewart, with Mark Ronson on production duties. A pretty big deal.

Now there's a video for you to watch. At the beginning, Rocky seems to have let himself go and become an on-a-downward-spiral type of artist, revelling in success, yet after some plastic surgery everything's fine again, if a little bit trippy (he levitates at one point) – a recurring theme for At.Long.Last.A$AP tracks, cases in point being 'LSD' and 'Jukebox Joints'. There are cameos throughout the 'Everyday' video from Ronson, Miguel, and Stewart.

Yesterday, Stewart and Rocky appeared on Zane Lowe's Beats 1 show, where they discussed the collaboration, Stewart at one point jokingly telling his partner, "Congratulations on all the success with an old tune of mine."

Here's the video for 'Everyday'.