Ace Hood is back with new music. The Port St. Lucie, Fla. native drops "2 Fux," a pretty straightforward song that's about Ace not giving a damn about what anyone says. The track starts off with an old school gospel sample of "Nobody Knows" by Pastor T.L. Barrett & The Youth For Christ Choir. "2 Fux" is produced by Reazy Renegade (who's produced for Tory Lane, Meek Mill, and Young Dolph) and finds Ace Hood rapping like a boss.

"I wake up every morning, thank God, then I gotta get to it/I never had a role model, money was the only influence/While they was talkin' 'bout it in the city I was really out doin' it/Hundred bands I was 19 and the man, I knew it, okay/That's around the time my shine had these niggas all hatin'/Same time I was grindin' same time I was patient, you was standin' with your hand out waitin', yeah yeah/I'ma keep it real, how it feel? I don't give 2 fucks," he raps.

Over the last two weeks Ace has been dropping a bunch of new music for his fans, like "Give Thanks" and "Guess Who." Last year, Ace Hood released his mixtape Starvation 5.

The 28-year-old rhymer is gearing up for his fourth studio album. Bump "2 Fux" below. 

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