J.I.D unloads the DiCaprio 2 single everyone's been waiting on. After teasing the banger last week, the 2018 XXL Freshman finally comes through with "Off Deez," his highly anticipated collaboration with his label boss J. Cole.

Sprinting across the hard-body ChaseTheMoney-produced beat, the East Atlanta rapper flaunts a rapid-fire flow as he lets loose deft rhyme schemes and tight wordplay.

"If you talking that shit, nigga, stop it/I'm a God, I'm a king, I'm a giant," the Dreamville signee raps. "Nigga not trying, come to my side/Eastside guy, better been mumbai/D.I.Y, T.I.Y, I'ma try, I'ma try to die for what I believe in."

With DJ Drama on the intro and outro of the record, J.I.D continues his hyper-speed flowing that can measure up to the likes of Twista and Jay Rock in "King's Dead." Later in the song, Cole comes through to match up with the East Atlanta native's speedy pace, and manages to match him.

"Boy, I'm a God in this game/Y'all niggas hummin' and sounding the same," Cole raps. "Not in my lane so I can't complain/Me and Ben Frank got a damn good thing going on/Way more than a random fling/Cole and J.I.D with a tandem, niggas can't stand 'em/Got a new anthem, look at my whip/Slit at my wrist, suicide, suicide doors on my phantom."

Before announcing the song, J.I.D dropped the lead single "151 Rum" and confirmed the release date for DiCaprio 2. He also confirmed that the official tracklist was complete, but didn't reveal who would appear on his follow-up to The Never Story.

Listen to J.I.D and J. Cole sound off with DJ Drama in "Off Deez" below.

Dreamville/Interscope Records

See Photos of J.I.D Behind the Scenes at the 2018 XXL Freshman Class Cover Shoot