.Idk. is back with another banger, and this time, he's recruiting Denzel Curry for a new collab. After giving fans a sneak peek at their studio session last month, now the two deliver the final product of their highly anticipated new joint track "No Wave." The new release finds both rappers spitting over an intense, piano-infused beat.

The aggressive record starts off with .idk taking the lead over the Razjah-produced instrumental. He laces the first verse with some hostile rhymes aimed at his haters. "Ballin' is a layup, shots gonna make you lay down," .idk. raps. "Niggas keep on hatin', they know they ain't safe now/I might have to take shit, run up in your safe house/Did a show in Paris, now I'm off to Cape Town."

Denzel follows up with some fire power of his own. “For the new wave, I started it like a durag when you open up a  starter kit/Same shit but a new fly J.I.T, got a motherfuckin’ K on the side,” he delivers.

XXL spoke with .idk about his new collaboration with the 32 Zel EP creator, revealing that he has two more songs in the vault with Denzel, outside of "No Wave."

"We just vibed together crazy!" .idk. says. "It was random, but I felt like he fit the beat. We have like four or five more songs in the cut. Stay tuned!"

The IWasVeryBad MC also confirms that the song isn't slated to end up on a project, but he's currently working on a new project.

"This song is just some random shit," .idk. continues. "I have no expectations for it. All I did was have fun. But I do have a project dropping soon."

Take a listen to "No Wave" from .idk. and Denzel Curry, and check out .idk's tour dates, alongside A$AP Ferg, below. Tickets for the Mad Man Tour can be found at jayidk.com.

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.idk and A$AP Ferg Mad Man Tour Dates

Feb. 28 – Philadelphia, Pa. – The Fillmore
March 1 – Silver Spring, M.D. – The Fillmore
March 2 – Norfolk, Va. – Norva
March 3 – Myrtle Beach, S.C. – House of Blues
March 4 – Raleigh, N.C. – The Ritz
March 6 – Charlotte, N.C. – The Fillmore
March 7 – Atlanta, Ga. – Tabernacle
March 9 – Dallas, Texas – House of Blues
March 10 – Austin, Texas – Emo’s
March 11 – Houston, Texas – House of Blues
March 14 – Phoenix, Ariz. – Van Buren
March 15 – San Diego, Calif. – House of Blues
March 16 – Los Angeles, Calif. – Novo
March 17 – Anaheim, Calif. – House of Blues
March 19 – Fresno, Calif. – Rainbow Ballroom
March 20 – San Francisco, Calif. – Warfield
March 22 – Portland, Ore. – Roseland
March 23 – Seattle, Wash. – Showbox SoDo
March 24 – Memphis, Tenn. – Rhodes College (Fly off Tour)
March 27 – Salt Lake City, Utah – Complex
March 28 – Denver, Colo. – The Ogden
March 30 – Omaha, Neb. – Sokol Auditorium
March 31 – Milwaukee, Wisc. – The Rave
April 3 – Chicago, Ill. – House of Blues
April 4 – Indianapolis, Ind. – Egyptian
April 5 – Detroit, Mich. – The Fillmore
April 7 – Grand Rapids, Mich. – Intersection
April 9 – Toronto, Ontario – Rebel
April 10 – Montreal, Quebec – New Gas City
April 11 – Clinton Park, N.Y. – Upstate Concert Hall
April 12 – Boston, Mass. – House of Blues
April 13 – Jacksonville, Fla. – Univ. of Florida (Arena)
April 14 – New York, N.Y. – Terminal 5

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