Only a few short weeks before the release of The Documentary 2, the follow up to his critically acclaimed 2005 debut album, West Coast hip hop icon The Game (pictured, far right) has teamed up with everyone’s favorite bastion of bass Skrillex (pictured, far left) for a new rap banger titled El Chapo.
The genre-bending Skrillex is certainly no stranger to the rap world, having collaborated with the likes of Vic Mensa, A$AP Rocky, and 2Chainz, but El Chapo, named after the eponymous Mexican drug lord, is definitely his hardest hip hop track to date. Opening with a sample from Frank Sinatra’s Granada, The Game goes in hard over Skrillex’ signature barks, hi-hats, and trapped-out bassline. This one is a vicious cut from start to finish.
Stream the full song up above, and pick up The Documentary 2 on Oct. 9.