Lil Yachty has dropped his anticipated collaboration with hip-hop royalties Cardi B and Offset. The track is titled "Who Want The Smoke?"
The bopping new track was released on Thursday, July 5, and is now available for streaming on Apple Music and Spotify.
Lil Yachty's Hot Summer Anthem
According to Hot New HipHop, the 20-year-old first teased the track back in May via a short clip on Instagram. At the time, BlocBoy JB was involved and recorded a verse. However, this is no longer the case; the Memphis rapper is missing in the track.
In "Who Want The Smoke?," Boat calls on his haters to raise their hands and smoke with him. Meanwhile, Cardi B used her verse in order to declare herself the rightful "King of New York."
I'm sorry guys i have a crazy migraine ,I'll talk to ya tomorrowFor now check out who want the smoke @lilyachty ft ME and @OffsetYRN — iamcardib (@iamcardib) July 6, 2018
This is not the first collaboration that the young rapper has released this year. He also previously dropped a single titled "Wombo," which also featured Valee. He also collaborated with Ugly God in the music video for "BOOM!"
In addition, he has been working on a collaborative new album with Migos and Gucci Mane. Glacier Boyz, their joint project, was set for release on April 13.
Lil Yachty Hacked
The Atlanta-based rapper's Twitter account was recently hacked. Complex reported that last week, the social media page started taking a shot at fellow young rapper Tekashi 6ix9ine and flirting with 15-year-old Bhad Bhabie.
Shortly after, private exchanges were leaked by the hackers. It showed Lil Yachty flirting with an underage girl through the DMs.
The rapper managed to gain back access to his social media page. He confirmed that his account was, indeed, hacked.
Hackers need to get some pussy. — Underdog (@lilyachty) June 27, 2018
However, several of his followers confronted him about the rather slazy messages. In a now-deleted tweet, he argued that the leaked DMs were fake and photoshopped by the hackers. He dared the fan to ask the woman he was messaging how old she is.
The hackers also threatened to post more private messages and unreleased music, but neither appeared on the rapper's timeline.