Watch: A$AP Rocky covers Otis Redding for Triple J's 'Like a Version' series
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A$AP Rocky recently dropped in on Triple J radio’s stellar “Like A Version" cover series where he performed one of the greatest soul songs of all time. Rocky delivered a spot-on performance of Otis Redding’s posthumous 1968 chart-topping classic “(Sittin’ On) The Dock of the Bay,” complete with whistling as well as a shoutout to his hometown of Harlem (“I left my home in Harlem”). You can check out A$AP Rocky’s rendition of Otis Redding’s “(Sittin’ On) The Dock of the Bay” in the video above.

Rocky also took the time to record a song of his own while he was at the Australian radio station. The Harlem rapper brought out UK MC Skepta out to perform the duo’s collaboration “Praise The Lord (Da Shine)” live on Triple J. You can watch that performance in the video below.

A$AP Rocky recently released his third full-length solo album, Testing. The album features collaborations with Frank Ocean, T.I., Moby, Kid Cudi, Kodak Black and more. As Pitchfork reported, Rocky also recently jumped on tracks with Blood Orange (“Chewing Gum”), Tyler, the Creator (“Potato Salad”) and YG (“Handgun”).