If you listened to Young Nudy's new Nudy Land mixtape the night it dropped last week, you were in for a special treat. Though track No. 7 was supposed to be a song called "Cancer Stick No Pressure" with Offset, a different song was originally uploaded by mistake before being corrected. Now, the first song's producer Farri has released the official version of "Cinco De Mayo," and it's actually an Offset song featuring Nudy. Listen to it below.

According to Farri, he made the beat at the crib one day and sent it over to Offset, along with a pack of other beats. The Migos member chose this one, and was actually supposed to get 21 Savage on the track, but his cousin Nudy landed on the song instead.

"Cinco De Mayo" is off Quality Control's upcoming compilationQuality Control Presents: Control the Streets Vol. 1, which should be dropping before the year's out. They've already released one song, Migos' "Too Hotty," off the tape.

In case you haven't realized, Offset has been murdering guest verses this year. We compiled some of his best appearances of 2017 so far.

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