Dreamville artist Bas is ready to get back to the solo tip after last releasing a project in 2014. The New York rapper is prepping for his sophomore album Too High to Riot, which is scheduled to drop on March 4. As we approach the release date, Bas drops a new track off the LP called "Methylone" produced by Ron Gilmore.

The new track sees Bas get introspective while employing some slick bars. The Queens native makes a big statement on the first verse.

"Good things don't happen to good people/People never change/Pupils dilate my frame/Make my vision so exquisite/While my cousin dead and gone/I can't wait to go and visit/Father time, don't deny me/I just need a couple minutes/Exercise my better nature/I've been holding up these bridges/N---as always take advantage/Olive branches start to splinter/Give away, withering, turn it and cold it in the winter/And my city bit the center/It feels no pity, this for me, this for me/I'm just reaping what I sow/And I've been sewing for my n---as in the snow/And let them know I be sewing/Never slow to know your pain/I'll be back before you know it/Left the town a drug dealer/Came back a fucking poet/Let me grow," Bas raps.

Bas' Too High to Riot can be pre-ordered now on iTunes. If you pre-order the LP, you will get immediate access to "Methylone," "Housewives" and the J. Cole assisted "Night Job" before the arrives on March 4 via Dreamville Records.

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