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Will Robinson
April 09, 2015 AT 12:00 PM EDT

We all had high hopes for A$AP Rocky after his mixtape Live. Love. A$AP, bolstered with two solid singles in “Peso” and “Purple Swag.” Then Live. Love. A$AP dropped in January 2013. And while it’s good, the bar of expectations was overinflated. (We’ll always have “Goldie.”) So maybe studio album No. 2, At. Long. Last. A$AP will shut people up and claim the title as ASAP Mob’s top dog away, stealing it from the hood pope, A$AP Ferg. 

Until then, A.L.L.A. sees its third track released: “M’$,” debuted Wednesday during the rapper’s lecture at Red Bull Music Academy in London, per Complex. He raps over a beat produced by the Honorable C.N.O.T.E and frequent Kanye West collaborator Mike Dean. It’s dark, kind of menacing—except the out-of-place wah-wah 70s guitar in the chorus’ background. Turn the bass up in your car for optimal playback.

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