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by Alexandria Wojcik   Mar 17, 2016 00:30 AM EDT

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Famous BFFs -- or at least frequent collaborators and tour buddies -- Tyler, the Creator and A$AP Rocky are back with a B2B freestyle. The duo spit the new track last month when Rocky appeared on Tyler's Golf Radio show, which resulted in the former delivering a hilarious impersonation of the latter. While that footage has already made its rounds online, the freestyle hadn't been available to stream until now.

The track is equal parts potential hip-hop banger and sheer goofball material. It also serves as a sneak peek into what spending time in the studio with the duo would be like: At the end, the pair raps, "I've got a fat ass," before erupting into laughter.

The track sounds a bit like a rip because it is, This Song Is Sick points out. It first aired as a live stream via Tyler's Golf Media App, so the sound quality isn't great, but between the funny verses and the bass-heavy beat, it's definitely worth a listen. Stream it below.

The official OFWGKTA YouTube channel recently shared another clip from the same Golf Radio episode in which the rappers interview one another, discuss Mario Go-Kart and wind up challenging each other to a actual go-kart race with pretty high stakes. Check that clip out below.

The untitled freestyle follows Tyler, the Creator's remix of Kanye West's The Life of Pablo track "Freestyle 4," SPIN reports. The Odd Future rapper's version was retitled "What the F*ck Right Now."

The remix was teased on A$AP Rocky's Snapchat earlier this month and dropped alongside a video. Directed by Mikey Alfred, the dimly lit video shows the pair of friends in a dimly lit studio surrounded by their crew. At one point, Jasper Dolphin sticks one of his amazing backflips. Watch below.

Countless other clips came out of the pair's recent tour -- there are hours of fan-filmed footage on YouTube. There's no doubt that the two work well together, but the question remains: Is a collaborative release in their future?

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