Snootie Wild is back and on track to release his debut album. A month after premiering his Poetic Justice-inspired video for "Come Around" exclusively on XXL, Snootie returns with a new banger, "Beetlejuise."

The Memphis rappers turns up on the party anthem as he refers to the slang term for lean -- the songs title. "I'm on that beetle juise, beetle juise, beetle juise," he chants on the hook. The track even features a sample from Danny Elfman's soundtrack to the 1988 Tim Burton film Beetlejuice.

Since 2015's Ain’t No Stoppin Me mixtape, Snootie has been lowkey. But the time away seems to have him more focused than ever. “Basically Snootie is back,” he tells XXL. "More confident than ever and my team is stronger than ever and I never forget about the ladies.”

"Beetle Juise" is the third track from Snootie released this year. He kicked off the year wit the Pablo Escobar-inspired track, "El Pablo." The effort came about after Snootie discovered Escobar's compassionate side.

Peep the song above and look out for Snootie's debut album later this year.

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