Riff Raff is preparing to drop his new album Balloween on Tuesday, Oct. 25. Today (Oct. 24), the Houston rapper delivers a new track called "Fuck 'Em All" featuring DJ Paul and Quavo.

The nearly five-minute track contains booming trap production from TWhy Exclusives with an incessant piano melody. Riff Raff takes us back to the early days, describing how he did drugs and played sports growing up in Texas. He also addresses the haters and the naysayers, saying "fuck traditions," because he's happy sipping lean and making music. DJ Paul comes through with the next verse, and Quavo of Migos puts the finishing touches on the record. Quavo spits, "I shoulda played for the Georgia Bulldogs/Little dirty country nigga playing with the hogs/When I'm in the kitchen get a million missed calls/Big boy strapped running from the red dogs/I'm havin extras, play with the block like Tetris."

You can pre-order the feature-heavy album for $9.99 right here via iTunes. Balloween will feature artists including Yung Lean, Travis Barker and Lil B. Riff Raff announced the new album and tour in late September. “Back from the Dead” featuring Skepta is the lead single for the album. As far as the tour is concerned, Riff Raff is set to embark on a 90-city international adventure, including 40 cities in America, 30 in Canada and 20 cities overseas in Europe and Australia.

In case you missed it, go back and listen to Jody Highroller’s last album, Peach Panther. The Houston native’s project features 12 tracks with some high-profile guest verses from Gucci Mane, Danny Brown, G-Eazy, Problem, King Chip and Lil Durk. You can listen to "Fuck 'Em All" above via YouTube.

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