Quavo, Lil Uzi Vert and Shad Da God deliver a new track called "200,000" featuring production from Wheezy. "200,000" is the first release from Wheezy's forthcoming project.

The Migos frontman handles the hook before diving into the first verse, spitting, "Wrist drownin' in the water/Trappin' early Tom Joyner/Beat the pot, George Foreman/J's go nuts, acornin'/Look at me now, I'm soarin'/Look at the lean, I'm pourin'/Come get your ho, she annoyin'/We toss her up like a coin."

He continues, "Tough 24 hours, geekin' on a tower/Shootin' at you cowards/'Cause my wrist two hundred thousand/If a nigga try to take it/I swear to God he ain't gon' make it/Back to the bando, the basics/Seein' green numbers, the Matrix/Look at that boy with the ice on/Catching plays Jerry Rice on me."

You can listen to "200,000" above courtesy of SoundCloud, and stay tuned for Wheezy's full-length body of work, which is slated to drop in 2017.

In addition to "200,000," you can also check out the fan-made track "Santa," which features audio from Quavo's Instagram account. Listen to "Santa" below, and keep scrolling to find the original IG clip.

You can also peep how other rappers spent Christmas Day 2016 right here.

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