The Swet Shop Boys are prepping the release of their new album Cashmere, which drops on Oct. 14. On Sept. 7, the NYC rap duo shared a new record called "Zayn Malik."

Heems and Riz Ahmed (from the HBO show The Night Of) make up the talented rap duo. "Zayn Malik" will appear on the Redinho-produced project Cashmere, which touches on recent topics including Donald Trump’s presidential campaign and Brexit, according to Pitchfork.

Four years after Das Racist broke up, Heems continues to churn out intelligent music. The Queens MC offers a unique perspective. In a 2015 statement, Heems said, “Like so many other people, as a first generation South Asian in the U.S. I often felt like I lived two lives, an Indian one and an American one. I lived, at once, in and between two spaces and outside them as well. On another level, I also often felt like in America I lived in the space between black and white." His 2015 album Eat Pray Thug captured that gray area perfectly.

Meanwhile, Riz MC has landed huge movie roles recently, appearing in Jason Bourne and Rogue One. You can add a budding rap career to Riz' list of accomplishments. The British actor/artist definitely has a bright future ahead of him.

On this new record, he spits, "I'm in the galaxy far away / Rizzy takes his time, usually writes just one bar a day / Fresh back on the boat, I'm like the brown Marcus Garvey." In case you missed it, listen to Swet Shop Boys’ Swet Shop EP from back in 2014. You can listen to "Zayn Malik" above via SoundCloud.

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