AceShowbiz - A$AP Rocky opened up about his personal life in a new interview. The rapper, who entered fatherhood earlier this year after welcoming his first child with Rihanna, shared how it feels like to be a father.
"It's beautiful," the "DMB" spitter shared in an interview with Complex. "Honestly, I think fatherhood gives me more time to do exactly what I want. I don't have time for anything that isn't priorities. It helps you prioritize, honestly."
He went on gushing, "I love it. Everything is just based around my newfound love for being a dad and a family man. It's lit right now. I can't even describe it. Yo, you see this smile! I'm all smiles right now, man."
During the interview, Rocky also talked about his new single "S**tin' Me", which also serves as the lead single on the soundtrack for EA's video game "Need for Speed: Unbound". The 34-year old shares, "I made 'S**ttin' Me' a long time ago. Probably around like 2019. The recording process was insane."
The Harlem legend went on joking about not receiving credit for his eclectic music videos. "Give me my fu***ng flowers!" he said, "From day one, I developed this reputation of being one of those visual artists, so this goes without saying that I had to kind of keep the tradition going with this one."
Rocky additionally shared that he hopes fans will know that he's all about artistry these days. "I'm in a place where I want to give my all to all of this," he elaborated. "All I have is my craft, my art, my family. That's just my life. I just want to give motherf**kers some dope s**t. They're going to see. It's going to be ill."
Rihanna gave birth to a baby boy in May, after dating Rocky for two years. While she looked like she was ready to get back to her usual routine, a source explained that she was still not prepared to introduce her baby to the public eyes.
"Rihanna is not quite ready to debut her baby to the world just yet," the so-called insider told Hollywood Life, adding that she was "extremely protective" of the infant and that "he's still very young and she's still managing the transition to motherhood."