ASAP Rocky has just blessed fans with a new track called “Herojuana Blunts.”

The track, produced by Plu2o Nash, is accompanied by a 4/20-appropriate visual complete with trippy imagery of drug use. It’s not exactly a party anthem, but it’s got that syrupy, low-pitched sound that fits well with the national stoner holiday.

Heroin punch, cocaine in her veins
She dancing, acting strange
Heroin punch, I ain't for the games
Smoking blunts, rolling paper planes
What you want? I'm the nigga, jump up out the Porsche
Lil' nigga wearin' big shorts playin' sports

You can check out the AWGE-directed video above.

“Herojuana Blunts” arrives just weeks after Rocky delivered his Moby-assisted cut “ASAP Forever,” which will presumably land on his highly anticipated third studio album, Testing. Though the Harlem rapper has been teasing the project for a minute, he recently told Complex host Peter Rosenberg that he would not drop it until the timing was right.

“I take proper precautions,” Rocky said on Open Late. “When testing this whole album, it's, like, about perfect timing. Everything has to be aligned correctly. One little thing, one little mishap, one little imperfection could throw off a whole cycle. I would prefer to put out music to change people's moods or uplift or get a feeling or a reaction as opposed to just making music to stay relevant for the sake of popularity.”


During a performance in Berlin a couple of months ago, Rocky provided an exciting update on the upcoming project: “We got new shit,” he told the crowd. “A lot of y’all don't know, but the only reason I came to Berlin is to finish my album that I just finished.”

So, now all we have to do is wait.