We've been waiting patiently for the new A$AP Mob album. Aside from A$AP Nast’s ’90-influenced banger 'Trillmatic,' it’s been rather quiet. On Tuesday (April 22), Mob member A$AP Twelvyy released a solemn track called 'Xscape.'

Over sad guitars, the Harlem rhymer details what it's like trying to survive on the mean streets of New York.

"Man, they killed that boy Trayvon / I got the right to carry firearms / Bill of rights, I know my s--- / Bunch of books and some loaded clips / Tell the law to suck my d---," he raps.

On the chorus, Twelvyy spits, "It’s mad stress around here / I got my bulletproof vest and my tech around here / I just want to get away, but I can’t get away."

If you like the song, you can cop it at iTunes. No word on when A$AP Mob will release their compilation LP, 'L.O.R.D.'