Pittsburgh native Hardo is back with a vengeance today with the debut of his new track, "Blasphemy," featuring 21 Savage. The release of the song comes just weeks after Hardo completed the final hurdle in his longstanding legal battle that forced him into prison several times. With that all now behind him, Hardo is looking to the future, as he's gearing up to drop his new project, TrapNFever, on April 15. As for the hard-hitting "Blasphemy," Hardo and 21 Savage show off a chemistry that begs for more collaborations from the two going forward. "I came back to Atlanta and cut that 'Blasphemy' in Big Face Banks studio by myself and called 21 up because I felt like he was a perfect fit on the record," Hardo told Complex. "He came through and he fucked with it and jumped on it and another record."
Along with this banging cut, Hardo's upcoming project will also feature appearances from Wiz Khalifa and Sosamann. "I'm looking to prove that my music is undeniable. Nothing can stop my growth, no matter how many times I went to jail. Now I'm off parole and going to prove that I've changed and matured and I won't be going back to prison," Hardo said. "The music I'm putting out now is better than my previous releases because I'm learning and perfecting my craft - styles, flows, and all. I also have more experiences to talk about now, which I know the real will relate too." You can stream "Blasphemy" below.