Last Summer, Brooklyn rapper Fivio Foreign made his official entry into the rapidly growing drill scene with his street hit “Big Drip,” produced by AXL Beats. Since then, he’s inked a lucrative deal with Columbia Records and dropped off his Pain and Love EP, effectively setting him on course to follow his peer Pop Smoke into stardom. Unfortunately, Pop Smoke was tragically killed in Los Angeles, leaving Fivio to continue on with his city’s viral movement.

Today, he delivers a remix to “Big Drip,” which now features Atlanta staples Quavo and Lil Baby. The track is also said to be taken from Fivio’s forthcoming album B.I.B.L.E. On the remix, both southern features effortlessly adapt to the song’s unique style:

It’s me on baby time, twenty foreign cars in the line/

I let her ride around, if they catch you with me, you some kin of mine/

The bulls***, I minimize, I got the Glock inside/

Hope you don’t trap, baow, baow, it’s a homicide/

Shooters with me, I don’t give a f*** if you grew up with me/

You heard he did that, you gon’ hear when he get whacked…/

Adding to his growing success, Fivio has collaborated with Rich The Kid, Meek Mill and Tory Lanez, who incorporated the New York drill sound on his single “K Lo K.” He was also an on-stage guest of Juice WRLD’s during the late rapper’s set at Rolling Loud New York back in October.

During an interview with XXL Magazine, Fivio surprisingly revealed that, despite his many accomplishments and career potential, he only plans on putting out one album:

“Even when I be telling people like I’m only dropping one album, they be like, ‘Nah, bro, you gotta keep going…’ One album, one and done, I’m outta here. I ain’t tryna be rappin’ for mad long. S***’s mad work.”

In the hopes that he eventually changes his mind, check out “Big Drip (Remix)” below.