Travis Scott is never not working. While putting together two projects that are slated to drop before the year is out, La Flame keeps fresh stuff rolling in, most recently hopping on Kodak Black's new track, "Roll in Peace."

The track originally appeared on Project Baby 2 and featured 2017 XXL Freshman 10th Spot winner, XXXTentacion. The new version debuted on OG Chase B's Streets Need That 5 mixtape.

On the London on da Track-produced cut, La Flame replaces XXX and turns up on the lit instrumental. "Spent that hunnid on a G (skrrt skrrt)/That's how much time I need/Everyday Halloween (alright!)/But we don't trick and treat (straight up!)/Count deads in my dreams/Can't even fall asleep/Pop on ya, send the opps on ya/Hollow clips in magazine/RoboCops on ya, raining shots on ya/Drop your top off with that bean/Mix it one handed, please (it's lit!)/Mix it right, dirtyy T/It's only gonna bring me peace/Don't leave my cup, that's for me," he raps.

Kodak's cut is quickly grown in popularity. Earlier this week, Bhad Bhabie a.k.a. “Cash Me Ousside Girl” Danielle Bregoli, who is trying her hand at rapping, remixed the song.

Fans are waiting patiently for Travis Scott's AstroWorld LP and his collab project with Quavo of the Migos, which he recently reported will be dropping real soon.

Listen to the "Roll in Peace" remix featuring Scott below.

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