Cleveland rapper Ray Jr. reached out to Memphis rhymer Young Dolph for an assist on the new track "Floatin'," produced by Pyrexxz. The song also features some contributions by DJ Yomi Yom.

Ray Jr. sticks to bragging and boasting on the track as he's simply floating on the record. He declares that he "been getting paid" and "invented the wave" on the new single. Young Dolph stops by to drop some bars on a relatively brief appearance as he passes things back off to Ray Jr. pretty quickly.

The song is included as a bonus track on Ray Jr.'s new mixtape Gold Packs, which dropped Monday (Feb. 1). The project is hosted by the veteran DJ Scream and includes an impressive lineup of guests. Dej Loaf, Machine Gun Kelley, Troy Ave, Bankroll Fresh, Kirko Bangz and Sway are among the artists who appear on Ray Jr.'s latest work.

In other Young Dolph news, he was recently involved in a bizarre story where he was put in custody of a troubled kid and chaperoned the child for 24 hours. Dolph shared many photos of their time together and spoke on the matter during a radio interview.

I recorded it," Young Dolph said of his day with the child. "We recorded so much of it. Matter of fact I’ma let you see it in a minute. When kids got their little attitude like that, people don’t know how to receive it when they’re young, but you just need to guide them and point their life on something they need to be flexing and hype about doing.”

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