Sporting Life brings in fellow Ratking member Wiki and Devonte Hynes - better known these days by his Blood Orange moniker - for a new single called "Nothing to Hide." Sporting Life gives this track a bit of a somber vibe with its production. The beat pairs up well with the reflective lyrics of Wiki.

"Nothing to hide, live my life on blast/I get hype off cash/In my face, but how long that hype will last/Based completely on how long that cash might last/Man, that life is ass," Wiki raps.

Ratking has gone through some turmoil in 2016 as they lost a group member. Hak officially left the group this summer, confirming his departure in an interview with i-D.

"Too many cooks in the kitchen and too many men," Hak said. I need balance. It’s all love that I project towards them, but I just felt like I wasn’t being treated nicely to keep it a hunnid, they didn’t see me for me."

Wiki would comment on Hak's departure via Twitter. The rapper painted an unfortunate picture of his former group member.

“Ima make it clear. Bridges burnt are bridges burnt,” Wiki tweeted on June 21. “The amount of times this dude fucked me over. hahaha."

Sporting Life's "Nothing to Hide" will appear on the producer's Slam Dunk III EP, but the single is scheduled to go up for sale on Friday (Oct. 28). You can pre-order the track now on iTunes.

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