Back in July, A$AP Ant and his Marino Infantry collective liberated the second installment of their Enter The Infantry series, which contained 31 songs and a wealth of contributions from members and associates like LuLu P, Soduh, Baby 9eno, Lil 2 Dow, OG Don 999, Lil Gray, (fellow A$AP Mob cohort) Twelvyy, and more. Following top tier visuals for “Mega Man X,” “Inception,” “Slap $hot,” “One More Chance,” “Hop Off,” “Fantastic 4,” “Ms. Daisy,” “Albert Wesker,” and “Marino World,” Ant & Co. keep the party going with another for “Mr. Feeny,” an E-Major Unruly-produced effort that sees Ant and LuLu delivering catchy rhymes about their otherworldly lifestyles:
“My wishes came through like a genie, I’m teachin’ like I knew Mr. Feeny, I dance on the beat like Chris Breezy, dark skin bitch like a Reese, John Wall shooters in D.C., LuLu P ice like a Fiji, need money if you wanna greet me, styrofoam cup like I’m Weezy, Rambo gun like Sylvester, I got the cheese like Chester…”
The accompanying clip for “Mr. Feeny” comes courtesy of Drince and sees the Maryland duo outside with a crew of skateboarders, who can be seen hitting tricks on ramps, around the city, and more. Meanwhile, Ant and LuLu P show off fly threads, high-end cars, and — of course — some merch from the wildly popular Marino Infantry clothing line, which continues to tour through different cities as you read this.
2019 saw Marino Infantry liberating Enter The Infantry (Vol. 1), another heavyweight body of work with 28 songs. Near the top of the year, the group then teamed up with DJ illadell of OG Ron C and the Chopstars for a ChopNotSlop rendition of the project.
Press play on A$AP Ant and LuLu P’s “Mr. Feeny” video below. Hopefully, the entire crew is at work on an Enter The Infantry, Vol. 3.
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