A$AP Rocky is taking his eclectic style on and off the stage a step further with his new track, "Everyday" -- all with a glass of wine in hand.

With Mark Ronson handling production, the slow groove features Miguel and music industry veteran Rod Stewart. As the orchestral instrumentals come in at the top of the song, Rod comes in right away with the refrain. "Everyday I spend my time / Drinkin' wine, feelin' fine / Waiting here to find the sign / That I can understand / Yes I am," the British rocker sings.

Miguel follows by reiterating some of Rod's words, however, he flips the script by crooning he "should take it slow." After A$AP Yams' untimely death, Rocky is likely taking a different outlook on life.

Rocky's a hip-hop head but he's also a fan of different genres, like the 1960s rock band the Stooges. And with Rod Stewart's guest vocals, the song shows the A$AP Mob leader doesn't want to make the run of the mill music. Experimentation is key here.

During the Red Bull Music Academy event, A Conversation with A$AP Rocky, on Thursday night (May 7), Rocky explained the meaning behind "Everyday."

"I'm talking about real like s---, man," he told the crowd at Madiba Harlem at My Image Studios in New York. "The world is crazy, but I'll be fine sippin' my motherf---ing wine. Be happy. Smoke weed. Sip wine."

Some might think Rod's vocals are a sample, but the singer actually headed to the studio to record his part. He's grateful for his addition to the song despite the two never actually crossed paths.

"Everyday" is the latest track off of his upcoming album, At.Long.Last.A$AP. And while fans might be excited for the May 12 release of the project, Rocky set the record straight at the Red Bull event. His album is actually dropping on June 2.

Listen to A$AP Rocky's "Everyday" Feat. Miguel & Rod Stewart

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