Fall Out Boy taps back into the rap game for their latest drop, "The Last of the Real Ones (Remix)." Pete Wentz and company flip the original up-tempo number from their January album Mania into a posse cut, featuring guest verses from Madeintyo and Netherlands-based singer Bülow.

The "Uber Everywhere" rapper sounds comfortable crossing over into pop punk, serving an airy melody that balances Patrick Stump's labored wail, while riffing on the song title. Tyo also throws in some ad-libs for good measure. "Go slow, yeah, take your time/Never, never, never wanna call your line/Yeah, yeah, last of the real ones/Yeah baby, can you feeling somethin' (skrr, skrr)," he croons.

The song is Fall Out Boy's latest flirtation with hip-hop, and follows the band's arena tour with Jaden Smith last fall. The group previously remixed their 2015 album American Beauty/American Psycho with the help of rap establishments like Migos, Juicy J and Wiz Khalifa. Mania also features a verse from Nigerian MC Burna Boy.

For his part, Tyo's week has been stuffed with releases, including the TM88-produced "Wheezy Switch It Up," and the instrumental track, "10pm in Yosuka." The rapper encouraged fans to record over the latter. "Smoke to this. Drop a verse on it," he wrote on Instagram.

Madeintyo also partnered this month with A$AP Ferg on "Ned Flanders," and was spotted recently in the studio with Juice Wrld. You can listen to all three of his new tracks, including his feature on Fall Out Boy's "Last of the Real Ones (Remix)," below.

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