In late May, A$AP Rocky released his second studio album entitled At Long Last A$AP. The album debuted at number one on the Billboard 200. Sonic Arts Center 2011 graduate, Frans Mernick, worked on the album as a producer and writer. His production and co-production credits include the songs “Canal St.”, “Dreams”, “Better Things”, “Everyday”(featuring Rod Stewart, Miguel, and Mark Ronson), “Back Home”, “Pharsyde”, and “Westside Highway” (produced by Danger Mouse). Frans earned writing credits on “Canal St.” and “Dreams”. During the recording of the album Frans also worked with Kayne West, Mos Def, and Ariel Pink. In addition to Frans, two other Sonic Arts Center graduates worked on the album as well. Lynas (2007) and Alex Dadras (2013) received writing credit for “Dreams” and Lynas also received a co-production credit on “Pharsyde”. Congratulations to Frans as well as Lynas and Dadras.