On August 11, the Harlem rapper took the stage for the first time since his arrest in Sweden as part of the Real Street Festival in Anaheim, California.
During his set, A$AP Rocky addressed his nearly-five week detention in Sweden, where he has been charged with assault over a street fight in Stockholm.
Following his release on August 2, Rocky was given permission to leave the country while awaiting the final verdict in his case, which is expected to be announced on August 14.
"I just want to say, what I experienced it's crazy. I'm so happy to be here y'all don't even understand. That was a scary humbling experience god is good. People that I don't even f*cking know was reaching out. Hip-hop never felt so strong together," he said during his performance, which was recorded by attendees of the festival.
A$AP Rocky was also joined on stage by friends and collaborators A$AP Ferg, YG, and Tyler, The Creator.
According to online music site Genius, he also debuted an unreleased and yet-untitled collaboration with fellow rapper Juicy J. The pair has previously joined creative forces on various songs, including "Multiply", "Yamborghini High" and "Gunz N Butter".
a$ap rocky previewed a new song last night and it sounds pic.twitter.com/uNH46dUmWm— Genius (@Genius) 12 août 2019
Over the same weekend, Canadian producer Murda Beatz reportedly unveiled another new song by A$AP Rocky, in which he links up with Offset.
It is still unclear whether both singles will appear on Rocky's forthcoming new album, which would follow his 2018 "Testing."