21 Savage has been quiet since his excellent Savage Mode album last year with Metro Boomin. Now, he's returned with a brand new song called "All The Smoke" produced by Southside. Watch the video below, directed by Matt Swinsky.

His rhymes are as bleak as ever ("Dropped outta school, went and bought a tool / Got a deuce deuce, time to act a fool") and the music is straight to the point, like narcotics that hit the bloodstream immediately. Taking his time with new product has cleared off; this new stuff is pure and uncut.

21's in an interesting position as an artist. He recently signed to Epic Records, and at the time, he said it was the man who ran the label that caused him to sign. “I ain’t wanna just sign on some straight business shit,” said 21 about L.A. Reid, who was a big fan of “No Heart.” “I wanna sign to someone who believes in me and understands me.”

But now L.A. Reid is out after accusations of sexual harassment, and the industry is wondering what'll happen to Epic and its roster of incredible rap artists, including Future, Travis Scott and 21, to name a few.

But never mind all that. 21's new song is fire as hell. Hear it below.

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