Currently, Lil Yachty is said to be working on his forthcoming project Michigan Boy Boat (or Concrete Boy Boat), which is expected to feature collaborations with rising stars from Detroit and Flint, among other locations. This week, the Atlanta rapper drops off a new, Midwest-styled cut titled “Hit Bout It,” which features Kodak Black and sees production from Carlo Anthony. The track sees the young artists rapping about their rockstar lifestyles:

“Woke up, feelin’ shiesty, give me that pussy nicely, hundred thousand on an ice piece, finna fuck a Pisces, fifty hoes wanna be wifey, that’s just too unlikely, pull up, six deep just like the Isleys, pick your next move wisely/

They say talk is cheap, but fuck that, my convo pricy, two hundred racks inside that shoebox, bitch, it ain’t no Nikes, she think I’m finna trick, I told her, ‘Don’t get too excited,’ nigga, touch one hair on top of my head, them boys incitin’ riots/”

The accompanying visual begins with Yachty meeting Kodak’s mother and family and enjoying what’s presumed to be Haitian cuisine, further showing how close the two are. After pulling off in a high end whip, the two are seen living it up everywhere, showing off their jewelry and meeting up with their respective OGs Gucci Mane and Trick Daddy.

It’s only been a few months since Yachty liberated Lil Boat 3.5, a deluxe upgrade of Lil Boat 3 that altogether saw 27 tracks and a slew of assists from the likes of Future, Playboi Carti, Lil Baby, Vince Staples, Tierra Whack, A$AP Rocky, Tyler, The Creator, DaBaby, and Drake. Meanwhile, Kodak is still fresh off his recent prison release thanks to Trump’s pardon, and is said to be working on a follow-up to last year’s Bill Israel — recent drops like “Last Day In” and “Every Balmain” have certainly kickstarted his momentum.

Press play on “Hit Bout It” below.