Another Young Thug song titled "Stunna" recently made its way to the Internet. The new release comes as Thugger preps for his first headlining tour this fall with Tory Lanez.

"Stunna" finds Thug rapping about taking out his foes and he even picks up a cue from Tupac, calling himself Machiavelli. As per usual, Thug delivers choppy bars accompanied by a simple, sing-along chorus that's sure to turn the clubs up.

It is not immediately clear which, if any, project the song will be featured on. Although it has become a frequent occurrence for unexplained Thug tracks, sometimes in bulk, to hit the Net, this could also be a preview of his debut album.

Last month, Thugger revealed that the release of Hy!£UN35 had been pushed back until September. He broke the news during an interview with Fuse TV at Lollapalooza.

"It's launching on, I think, Sept. 24," he said. "But I don't know. I might take it back because I've got a couple new songs I may want to play for the label. All the songs are perfect, so..."

The album was originally slated for release on Aug. 28 via Lyor Cohen's 300 Ent.

In July, the Atlanta rapper also announced the delay of Slime Season, which was supposed to drop the same day as Lil Wayne's Free Weezy Album.

Nonetheless, Thugger will commemorate his debut LP with a 34-date tour and Tory Lanez will serve as opener on a number of the dates. The Paramount in Huntington, New York will host the tour's first show, with stops also being made in Detroit, Chicago, Los Angeles and Houston.

Back in June, Lanez released his Cruel Intentions mixtape.

In case you missed it, check out Young Thug's fall itinerary in its entirety here.