With his sudden catapult to fame after being featured on A$AP Mob's new Cozy Tapes, Vol 2: Too Cozy, 15-year-old Smooky MarGielaa has set himself up to work with some of the best rappers and producers in the game today. Case in point: "Margiela Man," his latest offering with Honcho Da Savage and Drew Drippy.

The 16yrold and Beewirks-produced cut sees Smooky and Papi Gang's Honcho team up together for the first time on wax. Their love for heavy artillery is evident as they rap about the repercussions of beef with them over the playful trap beat. "I'm Margiela man, pull up with them pipes, if you wanna fight, you might lose your life," Smooky whispers on the hook. Drew Drippy, who appears on the second verse, has worked with MarGielaa well over the past year, with the two first garnering attention with their remake of "Computers."

Smooky MarGielaa will undoubtedly appear on more tracks in the near future after getting his first big break on A$AP Mob's Cozy Tapes, Vol. 2: Too Cozy.The Bronx youngster—who appears on highlights like "Black Card" and "Get the Bag"—was called "next up" by the Mob's Rocky and Ferg during their recent interview with XXL.

"Nah, but shorty had wild charisma," A$AP Rocky remembers about their first encounter. "He got into the club. He wasn’t supposed to be in there [laughs]. I saw him in the club. I didn’t even know him. He just said, 'Yo, my nigga, my name ring bells.'"

When we asked Smooky himself about working with the gang on their latest project, he told us "that put me on the map. My following went up, my plays going up. I FaceTimed with Diddy.”

And this is only the beginning. Read his feature with XXL on The Break here.

Listen to "Margiela Man" below.

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