One month after appearing on the Kendrick Lamar-produced Black Panther: The Album, Vince Staples returns with "Get the Fuck Off My Dick," his first solo single of the new year.

The new track follows Vince's hilarious GoFundMe campaign to raise $2 million in order to ensure he can live a comfortable life without ever voicing his opinions ever again. The campaign, which launched on Wednesday (March 7), is called #GTFOMD, short for "Get the fuck off my dick." As you probably realized by now, it was used as a perfect marketing tool for the roll out of Staples' new song.

The new track is a perfectly defiant one that finds Staples going at his critics, all of whom he's seemingly implied he doesn't care about in the past. He even name-drops XXL.

"Yeah, I ain't taking no more calls, might think 'bout calling it quits/Press is trying to block my blessings, no more talking to Vince/NPR and XXL, man, I can't tell which is which/Missed the mark, I think my label need a marketing switch," he spits in his opening bars on the  Ritz Reynolds & DJ Dahi-produced cut.

If you haven't been keeping score, Vince is famous for his controversial interviews, and has been criticized for the perceived lackluster nature of his live performances. That was the basis of his #GTFOMD GoFundMe campaign, and now, it's also the basis for his new song.

Check out "Get the Fuck Off My Dick" for yourself below, and cop it on iTunes. 

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