Two-9 member Jace is about to drop his solo project, Jace Tape, but offers up fans one last preview of the record with "Midas." The track is produced by J Gramm and features Florida rhymer Robb Banks.

The new track sees Jace and Robb Banks in top form as they unleash some bars over a hard-knocking beat. The song even samples the viral video "Damn Daniel," which has become quite popular in recent weeks. More importantly, this record continues to show what Jace can do on his own. The Retro Sushi rapper recently spoke about his solo endeavor and how it doesn't mean he's leaving Two-9.

"This is something [that] kind of needs to be said,” Jace told Noisey. “I guess it’s kind of weird from the outside looking in, but we’re not just like a music group. We are, but we’re friends. We’re like brothers. We’re like best friends. I’m with some member of Two-9 in some form, shape, or fashion every day of my life. These are my day one, every day kind of friends. There never really is separation, whether musically or outside of the studio."

"We’re always together, we’re always working, whether I go a few days, a week or so not seeing one member. We’re always plotting on how we’re going to take over and do shit, and we all kind of came together and decided that it was time for me to contribute to the takeover, to our overall mission and plan of taking over the world. They’re all behind me, and they’re all supporting me on this one effort."

Jace's Jace Tape is scheduled to drop on Feb. 29.

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