2 Chainz is back with a new album, dropping his fifth solo studio LP Rap or Go to the League on Friday (March 1). Tit's new project contains a star-studded cast of feature artists including Lil Wayne, Travis Scott, Chance The Rapper, Young Thug, Kodak Black and more. Also included is the new banger with Kendrick Lamar, "Momma I Hit a Lick," produced by Pharrell.

Skateboard P delivers a bass-heavy soundscape with quirky chords on which Tity and Kenny spit over. They both share a brief repetitive chorus that contains the song title before rolling into the meat of the track.

"I'm coming bae, well send the address/Progress never digress," Chainz raps with a slow flow. "Your last man ain't pass the fly test/I eat breakfast no digest/Fuck a piece I want the whole pie graph, money taller than a giraffe."

K Dot comes through snapping and speeds things up. "Fall off in this bitch, I ball off in the bitch/My commas hit the floor, you tall off in this bitch," he spits. "I threw 100 more, you stall off in this bitch/Then I vamonos, applaud me in the bitch/C notes, P notes, Pinot's all up in this bitch/Y'all not in this bitch/Y'all are not familiar/Y'all are immigrants, the law not in this bitch."

This is definitely made to be played at high volume.

Dos links recently talked about how the track came together in an Instagram post, while speaking with the album's unlikely A&R, LeBron James. Apparently, the song was supposed to feature Kanye West.

"Kendrick did another hook on it at first and I didn't really like the hook," the Atlanta rapper explained. "Then I took it and went to Kanye's when he wasn't rapping. I played 'Crazy.' He said, 'You trying to make me rap.' Then I played this and he started rapping. When he started rapping Nolan took his verse and made it a hook. We was cool with it. He was cool with it. Kendrick liked it. And then [Kanye] didn't want to be on it so I took him off. I ain't going back and forth with that."

Listen to 2 Chainz's new track "Momma I Hit a Lick" featuring Kendrick Lamar below.

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