I'm not really an A$AP Rocky fan, but he's got his sample game on point for his one. In his next single from the upcoming At.Long.Last.A$AP, the Harlem rapper borrows a chorus from the 1972 Python Lee Jackson song 'In A Broken Dream' which features Rod Stewart pre-solo success/recognition with The Faces, back when he was just a session musician.
Miguel also offers up his own version of the same chorus, while Mark Ronson was brought in to produce the track and chop it into something that greater resembles an A$AP Rocky beat. All told, while it's a rare old combination of names, it really works.
As a clear sign of the times, Stewart was said to have received a set of car mats for lending his vocal talents to the original track, which can be heard below, so I can only suspect he has received a little more this time around.