G-Eazy, Yo Gotti and YBN Nahmir team up for a banger. Today (April 13), the three unleash "1942," a new song from the forthcoming Uncle Drew soundtrack.

The new track finds all three rappers doing some serious flexing as they cruise over a Hitmaka-produced beat. Yo Gotti launches the track off from a spirit of defiance. "I don't follow rules and they don't like that/I was skipping school to get my sack right," Yo Gotti says in the song's intro. From there, Gotti lets off some bars.

"This brand new, don't step on my Balenci's/I'ma hit that if she let me/They don't walk how I talk that (Hitmaka)/Flooded out my wrist, a puddle dripping," he raps over the track. Taking the vibe baton is G-Eazy, who pulls up with the same fly guy bars we've grown used to over the last few years.

"The Porsche cost a hundred, this is twice that/Flooded all my diamonds, Poland Spring/Back in Oakland I'm a king, I know and Halsey is a ting/Yeah, 'Rari detailed, there's not a speck of dust on it," Gerald raps. Just a bit later, he gives his girlfriend Halsey a shoutout. Nice.

Rounding things out is Birminghamd, Ala.'s own Nahmir, who spits a it about his come up. "Baby hit my line because she see them stars in the roof/I'm up, now the whole gang got 24's on the coupes," the teenager spits.

Uncle Drew, which is a movie focusing on the exploits of an elderly basketball superstar (played by Boston Celtics guard Kyrie Irving), is all set to hit theaters on June 29. A$AP Rocky, 21 Savage, London on Da Track and Gucci Mane hopped on the soundtrack's first single, "Cocky," in February.

Listen to "1942" below.

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