Consequence, who was featured on Kanye West's "Spaceship," brings things full circle by adding a verse to Alex Wiley's popular track "Spaceship II." Wiley's version was released in 2013 and featured Chance the Rapper, GLC and Chuck Inglish. Years later, Consequence puts his spin on the record to create a new version titled "Spaceship III."

The third entry in the "Spaceship" series maintains all of the vocals that Wiley's "Spaceship II" originally did, but now a Consequence verse is added to the end of it. The Queens rapper takes some inspiration from his verse on The College Dropout standout cut for "Spaceship III."

"I told ya'll there was no days off/Told ya'll we was gon' take off/A&R was so proud of me/Didn't wanna pay me salaries/Now they blowing up my galaxy/Can they come smoke loud with me/I think back and have to say damn/Then I gotta say amen/But what I just took out of Chase/I could probably go to outer space/And I ain't have to reach for heat in the car/All I have to do is reach for the stars," Consequence raps.

If this new verse from Consequence has you wanting to hear more from the veteran MC, you are in luck. The "Don't Forget 'Em" rapper recently teamed up with Royce Da 5'9" for a track titled "All Black Neighborhood." Make sure to give that a spin after listening to "Spaceship III" below.

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