Rappers have collaborated with your favorite eateries time and time again, but surely none of them compare to this. If your idea of a good day involves a burrito, chips and the Wu-Tang Clan, you're in luck. Chipotle Mexican Grill has just teamed up with RZA for "Savor.Wavs," a new way for customers to compose a dope beat and spend their money.

Though Raekwon is the team's notable chef, the popular fast-food chain pulled RZA on board to craft 51 beats for the restaurant's "musical and visual experience inspired by Chipotle's real ingredients." The legendary producer then called on the Clan to rap over it for a remix, with bars provided by Method Man, Ghostface Killah and Raekwon while Donitus, a singer signed to Wu Music Group, croons "All those good things come together" on the hook.

The burrito haven sweetened the deal with a limited free gift for those who participate in their latest promotion. If you make your own mix on the Savor Wavs website, you can score a free buy one, get one coupon during your next visit—while supplies last, of course.

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