Lil Yachty appears on the original motion picture soundtrack for the new Dreamworks film, Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie, on a track titled "Oh Yeah."

The song features a fist-pumping techno instrumental with Yachty, along with a super deep computer voice, providing adlibs. The Atlanta rapper offers up a verse about how fresh he is. "I'm too cool for a fool to ever fool me/When I walk the hall these ladies call my name from wall to wall," he spits.

Boat is the only rapper on the 11-song project which also features tracks from composer Theodore Shapiro, and appearances from Kevin Hart, Adam Lambert and "Weird Al" Yankovic.

Yachty's debut album, Teenage Emotions, dropped last week. The 21-song project features Migos, YG, Kamaiyah, Stefflon Don, Diplo, Evander Griim, Grace and Sonyae Elise, with production duties being handled by WondaGurl, Earl the Pearl, Burberry Perry, Digital Nas, K Swisha, Southside, 30 Roc and more.

Scott Glaysher reviewed the project for XXL, praising the debut offering. "Lil Yachty’s official debut proves he’s having fun making music that he likes despite the criticism he’s faced," he wrote. "He doesn’t take himself too seriously and actually manages to successfully put together an album with a decent theme and purpose. Teenage Emotions exemplifies Yachty playing by his own rules." See what he rated the album here.

Listen to "Oh Yeah" below.

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