Trinidad Jame$ is on a roll. Less than two months after dropping his first mixtape of the year, the ATL rapper is back with two new songs. The GoldGang MC dropped the track "#868" with Motown's newest signee Rich Homie Quan and assisted newcomer Madalen Duke on the song "Hitlist."

Trinidad and RHQ linked up for "#868" to celebrate Trindad and Tobago's annual Carnival, which went down Monday (Feb. 27). With 868 being the area code of the island nation, the whole track is an anthem for the Carribbean culture.

"I need 40 new bottles of the GT Vodka/Me and Quan landed in Piarco like shottas/Girls see the chain and drop like a possum/Rich homies in the hood, man I swear it's not a problem."

"I won't be in attendance due to these new policies that our new presidents made for immigrants," Jame$ wrote in the bio section of the SoundCloud link. "So I send new music and good vibes to everyone in Trinidad for carnival!!! Eat a doubles and take a wine for me."

As for the second track, "Hitlist" is slow-burning R&B banger, i.e. a complete switch-up from "#868."

"I know I still do it the best/I'm the one that bullet can't catch/And I know why you mad at yourself/Shit don't feel the same with no one else," raps Jame$ towards the end on the three-minute song.

Check out both new songs below.

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