Tay-K may behind behind bars awaiting trial in a capital murder case, but that isn't stopping the rapper from dropping new music. "The Race" rapper's latest song finds him teaming up with BlocBoy JB for the track "Hard."

Produced by Taz Taylor and Platzus, Tay-K uses his aggressive flow to showcase his gangster lifestyle. "You, you, you was on some opp shit/I was cruisin' down a nigga block with the chopstick/Rockstar nigga, now I need a rock bitch/We want beef, not veggies, not squash, bitch," he raps in the hook.

BlocBoy JB continues the street imagery in his verse, filling his bars with gun references. ".9 and a TEC (TEC), leave a nigga wet (wet)/Smokin' so much gas (gas, gas), I think that I can fuel a jet," he spits.

While "Hard" serves as the first release under No Jumper Records new partnership with Atlantic Records, Tay-K's verse is actually from 2017. Snippets of his verse have been floating around the internet for a few months now but the song was never officially released.

On March 8, Tay-K was denied bond after a judge cited his disdain for the rapper bragging about his crimes on "The Race." State District Judge Wayne Salvant explained his concerns about Tay-K being glorified for allegedly committing heinous crimes.

"It's my understanding that people throughout this country have 'Free Tay-K signs up or 'goto' funds to fund his defense and this court has a problem with that," the judge said. "I don't know what this country has become when people can go out and allegedly commit heinous crimes and be glorified for it."

In related news, BlocBoy JB plans to drop his new project in April. The "Look Alive" rapper revealed the news to Beats 1 Radio, calling it his best project yet.

Listen to "Hard" below.

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