Jace continues to expand his solo catalog. The Two-9 member has been on the dolo run all year, and today he drops his latest single "Watch Me" featuring ATL upstart Lil Yachty.

Frequent collaborator Ducko Mcfli is on the boards for this one mixing light-hearted chords with a head-nodding drum ensemble. The two rappers tag team the track. First up is Jace who spits about the frills and frights of the game while riding the instrumental with proficiency, switching up flows mid-verse.

Yachty takes it from there, throwing on a melodious chorus about perseverance through the ups and downs and a hot 16.

Back in February, Jace dropped his solo debut The Jace Tape. The project featured guest appearances from Robb Bank$, Childish Major, Jeremih and Gwenn Bunn. Production was handed off to FKi, Don Cannon, Ducko Mcfli, Syk Sense and others.

In an earlier interview, he made it clear that despite his solo work, Two-9 is still intact. "There never really is separation, whether musically or outside of the studio," he said. "We’re always together, we’re always working, whether I go a few days, a week or so not seeing one member. We’re always plotting on how we’re going to take over and do shit, and we all kind of came together and decided that it was time for me to contribute to the takeover, to our overall mission and plan of taking over the world. They’re all behind me, and they’re all supporting me on this one effort.”

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