In May, 24hrs revealed he and Ty Dolla $ign would form a new duo called 24.00. Now, a few months later, 24.00 has relaunched as 24 Dollas and deliver their new song, "Still Down."

The slow tempo track finds Ty Dolla apologizing for a fight but admitting he's ready to move on. "I ain't really mean that I ain't mean to make you mad/I just wanna make it up, mm/Let's smoke and let's fuck and get over it," he sings.

Following the hook from Ty Dolla, 24hrs comes in for the song's first verse. "Uh, you talking like 20 not good enough/We fight and we fuck and that's good enough/You so from Atlanta, don't wanna move/I'm so 'bout a check, I don't wanna lose," 24 raps over the smooth instrumental.

Along with the new song, 24hrs confirmed that a joint album and mixtape with Ty Dolla $ign have been completed. Replying to a fan who asked why the two don't release an album already, 24hrs said, "It's done. And a mixtape."

24hrs previously discussed the new duo earlier this year, saying the two have features, production and visuals on the way. The rapper added they will even be going on a tour and the "whole nine."

A collaborative project with 24hrs isn't the only joint project Ty Dolla $ign has in the works. The West Coast crooner is gearing up for the release of the MihTy record with Jeremih. The two have already released their first single, "The Light," but have yet to reveal an official release date for the collaborative effort.

Listen to "Still Down" below.

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