Newly christened Atlanta resident Lil Durk links up with ATL stalwarts Future and Jeezy on Durk's new single, "Goofy." The new track features a bass-heavy Southside-produced instrumental and plenty of the sorts of unrepentant boasting we've all come to expect from the three rappers.

Coming in over an instrumental with retro arcade game synths, Future handles the hook duties for the track. "Only the family involved, I don't fuck with none of these Goofy Goofies/I don't fuck with none of you Goofy, Goofies," Hendrix spits in the hook. If you didn't get this from the artwork, the Goofy they're referencing is Disney's iconic dog-like cartoon. Like the lames Hendrix is dissing, the character is hopelessly "Goofy."

For their part, Durk and Jeezy hit the track with plenty of bars about flossing and their clout in the street. Durk leaves his drill music sound behind for this one, taking on the trap flow of his new digs. Meanwhile, Jeezy does exactly what you'd expect, making trapping sound like the coolest thing in the world. It all comes together seamlessly, making pretty much the perfect trunk-rattling anthem for riding around with the top down.

"Goofy" marks yet another solid release from the former XXL Freshman, who's now just about a month removed from dropping Supa Vultures, his excellent joint EP with fellow Chicago rapper Lil Reese. Looks like we should all be on the lookout for what Durk has next.

For now, check out "Goofy" below.

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