In July, DJ Khaled released his star-studded Major Key LP. One of the standout records off the album was J. Cole’s “Jermaine’s Interlude," a slick three-minute track filled with bars. "Jermaine’s Interlude" is actually just a portion of a track that originally belonged to Spillage Village, an Atlanta collective that's made up of JB, EarthGang and J.I.D. The original track is called "Can't Call It" and features Dreamville's Bas.

Today (Nov. 8), Spillage Village drop the original record, which is a six-minute posse cut. The track will appear on Spillage Village's Bears Like This To Much LP due Dec. 2. For this portion, Cole handles the hook and Bas, J.I.D., plus Earthgang handle to verse. "Can't Call It" is produced by Hollywood JB. Peep the full version of the song below.

Bears Like This Too Much features appearances from Quentin Miller and Jordxn Bryant. Peep the full tracklist for the album below too.

1. "Intro"
2. "Can't Call It" feat. J. Cole, Bas, Earthgang & J.I.D
3. "Yellow Snow Freestyle" feat. J.I.D
4. "Voodoo" feat. Earthgang
5. "Hands (Skit)"
6. "Outside" feat. JordxnBryant
7. "Rounds" feat. EarthGang
8. "Snake (Skit)"
9. "M.O.M" feat. J.I.D & Quentin Miller
10. "Old Shit" feat. Earthgang
11. "Willow Tree" feat. J.I.D, Jordxn Bryant, Hollywood JB & Earthgang

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