Tee Grizzley wants everyone to wake up and stay up before his new mixtape Still My Moment drops. Today (Nov. 5), the Detroit rapper shares "Wake Up," a single featuring the talents of Chicago's own Chance The Rapper. Produced by J. Gramm, the uplifting track is a call-to-action to not only his fans, but also to everyone else around the world to motivate the trenches and give the streets hope without even thinking about it.

Tee Grizzley starts things off by denouncing instances of petty beef. "Beefin' wit' niggas about shit so stupid we shouldn't be beefin' about it/If you in high school I encourage you, go try to make it to college/Got niggas in prison/Your body locked up, don't let your mind be/Daydream, make a plan, write it out/Don't forget that your mind free," Tee raps on the track.

From there, Chance takes the baton and raps about trying to be a role model to whoever is listening. Along with some life advice, Chance encourages the people to be proactive and produce results whether they have guidance or not.

"They fuck wit' the kid/I'm the adult," Chance raps. "Bitch I'm the father figure, nigga the coach/Fuck a result, I want revolt/You want the bow ties, well you need a co-sign/And I'm at your bowtie, since you let Bettie Jones die."

Tee Grizzley's latest banger with Chano comes up shortly after he revealed the tracklist for Still My Moment. In an Instagram post he made last week, the Activated rapper confirmed that Quavo, Offset, YNW Melly and Lil Pump are slated to appear on the mixtape that includes production from Tay Keith, Cubeatz, Helluva and more.

Listen to Tee Grizzley and Chance The Rapper raise up the people in their new song "Wake Up" below.

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