A$AP Ant & Benji Blue Collide on New Track, "Heat Drawn"

Produced by Marino Gang’s AR.

By
Music
686 Hypes 0 Comments

With Flacko season on the horizon, members of the A$AP Mob and their affiliates have also been positioning themselves for the coming year with a series of new releases and collaborations. Today, the Mob’s own A$AP Ant links up with fellow Marino Gang members Benji Blue and AR for a new hard-hitting street anthem aptly titled “Heat Drawn.” As the trend has been for most of 2017, A$AP Ant is continuing to not only establish his Marino Infantry brand, but also introducing and molding some of the game’s hottest talents out of New York in terms of rappers and beatmakers such as AR, who produced this latest offering.

Press play to listen in below and watch the accompanying video above courtesy of Jimmy Regular and Exigence Films.

Read Full Article
Image Credit
Marino infantry/Johnny Nunez/WireImage/getty images

Join Our Discussions on Discord

The HYPEBEAST Discord Server is a community where conversations on cultural topics can be taken further.

911 Users Online

What to Read Next

A24's New Horror Film 'Hereditary' Explores Family Demons
Entertainment

A24's New Horror Film 'Hereditary' Explores Family Demons

“I just don’t wanna put any more stress on my family.”

Google Has Snatched Up HTC's Smartphone Team
Tech

Google Has Snatched Up HTC's Smartphone Team

The $1 billion USD deal is complete.

Netflix Teases a Devasted World in New Scandinavian Thriller 'The Rain'
Entertainment

Netflix Teases a Devasted World in New Scandinavian Thriller 'The Rain'

Beware the rain.


Casio & SBTG Utilize Military Green & Camo for DW-5600 Capsule
Fashion

Casio & SBTG Utilize Military Green & Camo for DW-5600 Capsule

Celebrating G-SHOCK’s 35th anniversary.

Wilson Debuts $20,006 USD Tennis Racket Set Honoring Roger Federer
Sports

Wilson Debuts $20,006 USD Tennis Racket Set Honoring Roger Federer

The limited edition package honors the star’s 20th Grand Slam victory.

'Black Panther' Could Have Been a '90s Film Helmed by Wesley Snipes
Entertainment

'Black Panther' Could Have Been a '90s Film Helmed by Wesley Snipes

“I wanted to see the glory and the beautiful Africa. The jewel Africa.”

More ▾
 
Subscribe to our Newsletter

Gain access to exclusive interviews with industry creatives, think pieces, trend forecasts, guides and more.

By subscribing, you agree to our Terms of Use and Privacy Policy.

Help us serve you better

We appreciate your support in allowing HYPEBEAST ads, where we can share contents from the latest fashion, to those culturally relevant. In adding HYPEBEAST to your ad blocker's whitelist, ads on our sites will show while you continue to browse.