Houston rapper Marqus Clae is back to deliver an onslaught of bars over J. Cole's "Fire Squad."

On Monday (June 4), the young spitter shared his new track "The Burning Bush Segment" on social media. The 4-minute long track finds Clae flexing his lyrical muscle over the popular instrumental. "Straight out the fucking dungeons of rap," Clae prefaces the track before serving up his wordplay. "Spitting straight from the dome like dolphins mentally prone/Scarring these niggas and hoes with all these vigorous flows."

The 18-year-old wordsmith initially teased "The Burning Bush Segment" on Instagram along with the caption: "I'm the greatest!" Considering the reception the track has received thus far, the rapper may just have a point. In the Nate Edwards-directed video, Marqus Clae makes sure his words hit hard by using little theatrics besides a burning bush and two young women posted on either side of him.

"The Burning Bush Segment" is a follow-up to Clae's most recent effort P.T.S.D., an 11-track project featuring the southern spitter's lyrical abilities. Shortly after its release, the  tape received acclaim from fellow Tennessee titan Yo Gotti, who posted a screen shot of the iTunes stream on his Instagram story along with the caption, "Dis young nigga hard."

Previously in April of 2017, the No Limit signee delivered Clae Chronicles, a 13-track effort featuring BlaqnMilD production as well as guest appearances from Moe Roy, Maserati Rome and Master P.

Now, Clae intends on releasing new music as noted by his most recent Instagram post. "Official cover art for “BETTER THAN MONEY” single dropping soon! Get ready for “SouloutSellout” too! 🔥🔥🔥 #CLAE #grandboy," he wrote.

Check out Marqus Clae's "The Burning Bush Segment" below.

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