Warm Brew's new deal is a historic one. The trio of Ray Wright, Serk Spliff and Manu Li are the first hip-hop group to sign with Red Bull Records. Red Bull announced the signing today (June 10) along with the release of Warm Brew's first single for the label, "The Mission" produced by Swiff D.

The song serves as the lead single for Warm Brew's upcoming project Diagnosis, which is scheduled to drop on July 15. That new release will feature guest appearances by the likes of SiR, Buddy and Racella along with production by Rob Knox, Al B Smoov, Drew Byrd and Lord Quest.

If you aren't familiar with the work of Warm Brew but like what you hear on "The Mission," you might want to circle back to their 2015 project Ghetto Beach Boyz. XXL also caught up with the trio last year as they detailed their lofty goals in their rap game.

"We want to be the best group in hip-hop," Manu Li said. "From there I want it to be like Warm Brew-mania. I want to be worldwide. Then we want to be the best group in the world. Then we could become a thing of culture; it’s like air, you can’t disagree or agree, it’s just there. I want there to be like toys of us and shoes, Warm Brew lighters, Warm Brew scissors."

Warm Brew clearly has some ambitious plans for their careers. For now, it looks like linking up with Red Bull Records is a move that could make those dreams come true.

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