You will not catch Eearz and Chief Keef sleeping. The two rappers make that abundantly clear on their new collaboration "No Sleep" produced by Mike WiLL Made-It and J-Bo. Eearz employs a sing-song flow for a track about his hunger to survive.

"Me at 14 years old, going on like 33/Tapped into the savage on that day is what I mean//Tables turned you feel you cannot turn the other cheek/From then on everything was a plate no nigga eat," Eearz raps.

Chief Keef provides Eearz with an assist as he raps about his journey from poverty to riches. The Chicago native's grind may have brought him some fortune but it has not made him switch up his mindset.

"It take blood, sweat, and tears, but I am not a crier/The way Ben Franklin sing, he make me think I'm a choir/Sosa got the strap, you know I wear it like a bomber/Act like it don't, the middle of December turn to summer," Chief Keef raps.

"No Sleep" will be featured on Eearz's upcoming Eearz to da Streets Vol. 2 EP which is due out in October. The project will be the Atlanta rapper's first release since he signed with Eardrummer and Interscope Records.

Eearz made a splash in 2015 with his Eearz to da Streets Vol. 1 EP. The free release was executive produced by Mike WiLL Made-It who signed Eearz to his Eardrummer imprint. Eearz's second EP is set to drop while he is on the road with label mates Rae Sremmurd for their SremmLife 2 Tour. That tour kicks off Oct. 1 in New Orleans.

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