The Suicide Squad soundtrack is set to drop this Friday. Today (Aug. 2), Action Bronson, Mark Ronson and Dan Auerbach unleash track four from the album, "Standing in the Rain."

Zane Lowe debuted the song on his Beats 1 radio show. The record serves as an updated version of Oran "Juice" Jones' 1986 classic, "The Rain." Auerbach handles the hook, singing, "I saw you standing in the rain / You were holding his hand and I'll never be the same."

Mark Ronson sat down for an interview with Lowe and spoke about the formation of the track. Ronson says, "I just couldn't believe that Dan, like, was just so cool and was like, 'Do you mind singing this Oran 'Juice' Jones song that you've never heard? When I finally got it back, I was like, 'this is cool."

Ronson continues, "Bronson's verse is just insane on it, I love it. And it just never had a home. We didn't finish it in time for Bronson's record, it didn't really work on mine, and then they heard it for the movie, Suicide Squad, they dug it, and they put it in this great scene with Will Smith and his [Deadshot] character."

The other Suicide Squad tracks that dropped have been bangers, too. In case you missed it, check out the Wiz Khalifa, Lil Wayne, Logic and Ty Dolla $ign track "Sucker for Pain." Also be sure to peep the soundtrack's opening track - Rick Ross' and Skrillex's "Purple Lamborghini."

You can listen to "Standing in the Rain" below via Apple Music. Keep it locked to XXL for more music and news from Action Bronson.

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