Smoke DZA vicariously lives through the eyes of mob boss Tony Soprano in his new visual for “Badabing’s Theme," a track that was produced by Harry Fraud.

“Badabing’s Theme” is a mob inspired record and visual that catches the Kush God himself living the day to day life of one of TV’s most beloved gangsters. To start his day, he grabs his iced out Jesus piece while one of his women cook him up some breakfast. The song was featured on Smoke DZA’s He Has Risen EP which was released last year, and although it’s been a full year since the release, “Badabing’s Theme” was one of the biggest tracks off the project.

“Aint no need to part to it, let me walk you right through it/Shit I'm in another zone, hit Fraudy on the line like I'm ready c'mon,” DZA raps as he opens up the track. “Niggas right back on, Call of Duty kills like I'm separate the dealers from users that shit is foolish, talk tough but when you seem em Confucius, that just confuse us/You just playing the game/Silly me for being real cause we don't play it the same/Hit him with that Daniel Son, crane/Bucket low flying down Biscane.”

The Harlem MC had a pretty successful 2016 as he led his way into the new year. Going into the summer the released his mixtape George Kush Da Button (Don't Pass Trump The Blunt) and to follow it up, teamed up with Pete Rock to release their highly anticipated album Don't Smoke Rock LP.

With the release of this new visual, who knows what else Smoke DZA is set to release in 2017. Check out the video below.

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