Two of Philadelphia's finest have joined forces. Recently, Kur pulled up with a new song called "No Shine," a somber new cut featuring the emotive vocals of PnB Rock.

With its lowkey strings and soft vocals from PnB, "No Shine" sounds like the audio equivalent of a rainy day. The lyrics themselves are even drearier, especially on the hook PnB supplies for the track.

"It never shines in the ghetto/It always rains in the hood/Nigga if you came from the hood, then you probably gon' stay in the hood/Niggas get killed every single day in the hood," he sings on the beat.

For his part, Kur, who's now about five months removed from dropping his Da 9 mixtape, juxtaposes PnB's delicate vocals with his brand of ferociously honest lyrics and equally intense delivery.

"Broke times, 'bout to rob something quick/I can't shine if I'm not on my shit/I'm on the nine if I'm not at the crib/Where niggas get high, niggas smoke cigs/Where niggas get by and don't wanna give/Where bitches get popped and leave in a Lyft," raps Kur, who teased a collab with Mozzy a few months back.

Kur and PnB make for a pretty good combo, and hopefully, we get to hear more of them in the future.

For now, check out "No Shine" for yourself below.

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