If it feels like YoungBoy Never Broke Again has rapped nonstop since getting out of jail this past spring, it's probably because he has—and it doesn't look like he'll be stopping any time soon. Recently, the rapper delivered a new song snippet through his Instagram account, and it sounds pretty hard.

In the clip, we see NBA YoungBoy and his friend mouthing out the lyrics to the track while under the glow of brighter green lights. Quite notably, he name-drops 50 Cent and Tupac Shakur on the track. Even more notably, the rhymer interpolates Lil Wayne's classic single, "Tha Block Is Hot."

"Nigga you got that llello (well, cook somethin' nigga)/Nigga you let them K's blow (well, bust somethin' nigga)," YoungBoy spits in what sounds like the hook for the track, which also includes his version of Weezy's original chorus.

The 18-year-old Baton Rouge, La. rapper references his hook and likely a new project in the caption for his Instagram post. "Nigga you let them k’s go where bust something nigga #ainttoolong2 #NBA #SNIPER," he writes.

There's no word on when we can expect to hear the whole thing, but so far, it sounds pretty fire. As you can see by the hashtag, YoungBoy's implying that the track will appear on his forthcoming Ain't Too Long follow-up, Ain't Too Long 2.

Peep YoungBoy's song snippet below, and check out "My Side," which is a collab with Lil Durk, when you're done with that.

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