As A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie continues to dish out a slew new music this week (he's already released “Right Moves” and “One Nighter” with YFN Lucci), Boogie revisited his platinum hit “Drowning” on Wednesday (March 21) as he performed the cut with Audiomack's Trap Symphony. 

Backed by a nine-piece orchestra, A Boogie's signature melodic sing-song floats over the lush, cinematic sounds permeating the studio space, staying true to the same grandiose sound the original. Despite the somber melody, A Boogie maintains a high level energy throughout the live rendition “Drowning” while giving the musicians a moment to shine at the end.

A Boogie's live performance “Drowning” comes on the heels joining the orchestra to perform “Say A” earlier this year. Boogie joins Trap Symphony alums Migos, who performed their hits “Hannah Montana,” “Handsome & Wealthy” and “One Time” back in 2015. 

Watch A Boogie perform “Drowning” below: