A$AP Rocky is in a ton of legal trouble, but at least he may have scored his next album cover out of the ordeal.
The "Wild for the Night" rapper appeared in a Stockholm court on Tuesday and pleaded not guilty to assault charges during the first day of his criminal trial.
No cameras were allowed in the Swedish courtroom, however a sketch artist did capture the action inside, including Rocky's mother, Renee Black.
The hip-hop star is shown in a green t-shirt, while his mom's purple jumpsuit is highlighted, with an "ASAP Lifestyle" logo prominently shown.
Fans immediately took notice of the artwork, and thought Rocky may be interested in using it for a future project.
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The Blast spoke with the Swedish artist, Anna Harvard, who is employed by a local agency that gets hired to send artists for courtroom sketches.
Anna tells us she doesn't usually do courtroom sketches, and tried to make the photo as authentic as possible.
She is happy with the work she did for A$AP Rocky, and said the lack of skin tone had nothing to do with style ... and was just due to the time she had to complete the sketch.
"If I had more time it would be more detailed," Anna explained.
As for the possibility for the sketch becoming album art, Anna said she would "absolutely" agree to it, but the hip-hop star would have to go through her agency, as they own the sketch.