From DJ Nick and DJ Rennessy's New World Order mixtape, A$AP Twelvy and RetcH team up for "Stutter." Over a stripped down instrumental, Twelvy and Porter talk greasy as they represent the Beast Coast. RetcH, who is currently facing up to 20 years in prison for a litany of charges, including armed robbery, is his usual reckless self and rhymes about tip-toeing the line between being a rapper and criminal.

"Who you know do a show and then go work a pound?" he asks.

Twelvy is currently on tour with the Flatbush Zombies and has a big summer ahead of him. The Bronx, NY native spoke with SLAMonline recently and gave an update on upcoming A$AP Mob projects, including his own.

"We got the Cozy Tapes, then we got Ferg’s album, Always Strive and Prosper, and then my project, 2127301090. My project has been done for years, bro. If I’d have rushed it before, I probably would’ve fell on my face. So now it’s perfect timing. It sounds like an album, so I’ll probably run with it as an album. I ain’t got no fear of it not selling as much. But I got phenomenal music on it. The quality is outstanding. I’m not looking for the money. I’m looking for the message. I wanna know that I touched you in a way that you’ll remember me forever. As with “Last Year Being Broke,” that’s something that you can live by every day or every year."

Check out "Stutter" and the New World Order mixtape featuring A$AP Ant, Marty Baller and another exclusive from Twelvy.

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