Once again, Hitmaka continues to live up to his producer moniker. Last week, the Chicago talent liberated a new single titled “Quickie,” which features Queen Naija and Ty Dolla $ign and — as you might have guessed from the title — is centered around some adults-only action:

“I need somebody who wit it, I need somebody who get it, I need some love in the city, fuckin’ like Bobby and Whitney, I know it might sound silly, I know you might be busy, I want you to call me name, just a quickie, far away, tryna put yo’ ass to sleep, hard away, more like Kobe from the three…”

Today (Sept. 22), fans can also check out an accompanying clip courtesy of Hakeem, which sees Hitmaka pulling up to a diner and wooing one of the waitresses into a short rendezvous — one that’s good enough to tell her fellow co-workers about upon her return to work. Both Ty Dolla $ign and Queen Naija also appear at the establishment for their respective performances.

Those that remember Hitmaka during his Yung Berg rapping days are sure to remember his breakthrough single “Sexy Lady,” which eventually landed on the 2007 EP Almost Famous. The following year, he would unveil his official debut LP Look What You Made Me, a top 20 Billboard effort that saw 15 tracks and a slew of contributions from Ray J, Eve, Collie Buddz, Amerie, Lloyd, Trey Songz, Twista, and more. Back in February, Hitmaka would team up with Eric Bellinger for the joint body of work 1-800-HIT-EAZY, which saw a couple of collaborations alongside Rahky and Chrishan. Currently, he’s said to be putting the final touches on his forthcoming solo effort “Big Tuh,” which was previously supported by the star-studded “Thot Box” series — a pair of tracks that saw appearances from the likes of Meek Mill, 2 Chainz, A Boogie wit da Hoodie, Tyga, Young M.A, and Latto — and the Wiz Khalifa, French Montana, and Travis Scott-assisted “Pack Loud.”

Check out “Quickie” below.