Redman and his 1000 Volts partner, Jayceeoh, have teamed up with the electronic music duo Zeds Dead for the pair's new song, "Kill Em." Released on Friday (June 15), "Kill Em" blends Zeds' signature electronic sound with a hard-hitting, bass-heavy beat.

"I had a hard day/Know what I'm talkin' 'bout/Try to live your life and haters wanna run they mouth/I ain't worried 'bout it, nigga I ain't worried 'bout it/Game time my hood bring the Steph Curry out/Zeds Dead, 1000 Volts–hands high/It's critical, John Travolta couldn't stay alive," Redman spits over the frantic instrumental.

Redman and Jayceeoh first linked up in 2015 for Jayceeoh's "Turn Me Up Some." The two artists wasted no time collaborating again, forming the duo 1000 Volts and dropping the songs, "Bitch I'm Lit," "I'm Gone" featuring Trae Tha Truth, "Lights Out" and "Monster."

Since then, the Brick City native has been preparing for the release of his Muddy Waters Too album. In March, Red tweeted a promotional photo for the album which reads, "Muddy Waters Too Thee Album (Coming Soon)." In the tweet, the rapper wrote, "WUZZZAAAAAPPPPP ! THE BEGINNING !! NO TALKN !!"

The original Muddy Waters dropped way back in 1996 and featured the classic singles "Pick It Up" and "Whateva Man" with Erick Sermon. Red's last solo album was 2015's Mudface.

Listen to "Kill Em" below.

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