Recently, the Samsung LEVEL Music Lab brought A$AP Rocky to University of Nevada, Las Vegas to teach their students about his perspective of the music industry, about his life and his creative process. His lecture is the second of the series, following The Chainsmokers' at the University of Kansas. The music lab started with a Q&A session hosted by Rory Kramer, the videographer behind Justin Bieber’s “I’ll Show You” and “What Do You Mean? (Acoustic),” The Chainsmokers’ “Roses” as well as Tori Kelly’s “Should’ve Been Us.” Rocky then moderated one-on-one sessions -- aptly dubbed as "Office Hours" -- with some of the students and he even went shopping with one of them. Watch a recap of the event above.
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