Vic Mensa finally drops his highly anticipated collaboration with Kanye West titled "U Mad'

The track was originally previewed while Vic was traveling and performing in Europe. He played 'Ye's verse and the track at a surprise DJ gig this week. Today we get the full CDQ version and it's just as good as you thought it would be. Over a loud horn-heavy production, both Chitown MCs boast crazy amounts of bravado and brashness, with the former XXL Freshmen rapping on the hook "Like I don't know nobody, oh you mad huh?" "U Mad" is produced by Smoko Ono, Kanye West, Mike Dean, Stefan Ponce with additional production by Charlie Heat. The song is the second known collaboration between Kanye and the "Down On My Luck" spitta. Their first is "Wolves," which is the intro on Kanye's So Help Me God album.

"U Mad" is in explosive song that will probably be amazing to watch performed live. However some fans may get a sour taste in their mouth after hearing Vic's second verse. In it, he raps, "But if she bad I might hit a bitch in the elevator like Ray Rice." The line is referring to last years Ray Rice domestic abuse case.

Listen to "U Mad" above.