Chuck Inglish's new song 'Gametime' is an example of a tested formula working once again. Here, it's a light, East Coast-influenced beat combined with a few bars by Action Bronson for hilarity. The Cool Kids member brings it all together with his nostalgic beat and a tight verse.

The song's simplistic keys manage to recall childhood memories. Think of the type of beat Bronson should've rhymed over during his Pitchfork freestyle -- he rapped over the song played on ice cream trucks.

'Gametime' is loose enough for the duo to flex their technical ability with ease, making some of the lines stick out even more. "Doctor said you need it for your condition / No more heavy lifting / I guess I need someone to help me take a piss then," Bronson raps.

This song is a cut off Inglish's upcoming solo debut, 'Convertibles.' The album will features spots from Ab-Soul, Mac Miller, Chance the Rapper and Vic Mensa. The effort drops April 8.

Listen to Chuck Inglish's 'Gametime' Feat. Action Bronson