A$AP Rocky's protege Smooky MarGielaa has been teased in doses. The young artist made somewhat of an introduction on the A$AP Mob's Cozy Tapes Vol. 2, lining tracks like "Black Card," "BYF," and "Bahamas." Despite lacking a full-length solo album, Smooky has already rubbed shoulders with a cavalcade of talent, and now, his batting average looks to be on the verge of doubling. The youngster is on the verge of rolling out his upcoming debut, and his new single "Flight To Memphis" has lined a few heavy hitters for the assist.
Rocky himself slides through for an appearance, as do Chris Breezy and the legendary Juicy J. Margielaa rides along to the infectious bounce, trading melodic lines with the RnB icon himself, while Southern-style chants line the background. Though his presence is certainly noted, it doesn't hurt to have three established superstars on your squad; should MarGielaa's album be lined with a who's who of Rocky's contacts, perhaps the young rapper might land on many an unexpected radar.
Peep the single now, available in select international markets.
She like smokin' takin' money with the team
By myself, you can't blame that shit on me
All this jealousy, that's why I keep the 40 Cal on me