At this point, hip-hop's collision with electronic music is an old conversation. But today, Borgore and G-Eazy have another submission for the growing genre as they drop off the new banger "Forbes," dedicated to that financial magazine that more and more rappers are name-checking as an essential stepping stone to the top.

The track combines some of producer Borgore's hard-hitting drums and droning bass with scary movie-esque high ends and G-Eazy's slick, fluid rhymes about finally making it to the Forbes list. It's a classic trap-EDM banger, with Eazy guiding things to their inevitable high-energy conclusion, harnessing his vocals to match the beat as it builds along the way. "That boy he just works and records/Mama, I made it to Forbes" he raps, a dedication to the hustle. Check out the track below.

"I'm all about bridging gaps and bringing different worlds together," G-Eazy said in a statement to XXL. "I'd never done a record like this before but the beat was so hard I had to do it. Then I performed it at a festival in Europe to try it out and it went the fuck off, people moshing and goin' crazy."

For his part, Borgore—real name Asaf Borger—keeps it simple when he talks about the concept of the record. "I’m blessed I made it to Forbes," Borgore said in a statement. "I hope this track will get me and G on the cover.”

Check out the track above, which will be the title track to the producer's upcoming EP via his own Buygore Records, and keep an eye out for what G-Eazy's got cooking as he continues crafting his next album, the followup to last year's These Things Happen.

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