R.I.P. Ratking. The NYC trio-turned-duo of Wiki and Sporting Life (Hak left the group last summer) seems to be no more, but it's all good, as all three of 'em have been dropping dope solo music ever since their final excellent 700 Fill EP.

Now, Wiki has announced his own solo deal with XL Recordings (where Ratking was previously signed) and dropped a new single called "Pretty Bull," complete with a video. Peep the visual below and cop the song on iTunes. Tony Seltzer produced the track.

Directed by Ben Solomon, the video finds Wiki and friends throwing a party at local deli Mott Corner. "Back in the day, a club 'The Tunnel' in Midtown would host different nights for different scenes, they would have crazy techno nights, gay nights, and rap nights all back to back," says Wiki of the song. "The track's for today's scene and generation where we're all out together having a good time."

In addition to the video, Wiki has also announced a series of five shows in each of New York City's boroughs. Each show will have special guest unique to that borough, and the venues will be announced soon.

Wiki's said to have a new project on the way. For now, peep the "Pretty Bull" video below, and if you missed it, listen to another song he dropped earlier this year called "Icarus." He's also doing more work with Antwon and Lil Ugly Mane as Secret Circle, so be on the lookout for that too.

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