New York rapper Shirt drops his new song titled "Climate Change," a single off his upcoming LP, Pure Beauty. The track, which is produced by Zois, finds the mysterious spitter rapping his ass off, discussing topics like the White House, President Donald Trump and so much more. His wordplay is insane.

"Kicks the price of a flight but god damn/If anyone can do it I can/I do it for niggas watching like, 'That's my man!'/I love New York/But's it's nothing I love the sport," he raps.

Pure Beauty will be Shirt’s first full-length album since the release of his Rap Money EP in 2015 via Chicago’s Closed Sessions and Nike Adidas Records. Since then, he's been occasionally dropping a few singles. The forthcoming album was inspired by the conceptual artist John Baldessari.

Last week, he dropped his single “Palace Intrigue" off Pure Beauty. There isn't a release date for the album yet but hopefully it drops this year.

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