Twenty-year-old Bronx artist A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie is back with a brand new EP titled TBA, and you can listen to it via SoundCloud above. The six-track project will officially drop on streaming and digital retail outlets Thursday night (Oct. 27).

He's still gaining momentum off his February mixtape Artist, which spawned organic hit records like "Friend Zone," "My Shit" and "Jungle."

Talking with XXL for our fall issue, the Highbridge MC spoke about how a year of house arrest made him get serious about rapping. “I was sitting in front of the computer and [learning] everything, Fruity Loops, Pro Tools,” he says. “My dad brought me a microphone. Then I started going to work.”

A Boogie's been hot in NYC all year, and when Drake touched down at MSG for the Summer Sixteen tour, the ever-savvy curator picked A Boogie to come out and perform a couple songs. “He hit me up like two days before the Garden," the Bronx rapper told XXL. "He was like, ‘Yo, you ready?'” He also told us he had something in the works with Drizzy, though he wouldn't say what: “That’s coming in real soon.”

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