Here's some nice ingredients for a song: You take a little Freddie Gibbs and his well-worded street raps, a respected electronic group from Australia in The Avalanches and a catchy Stevie Wonder sample and you get a new tune from Gibbs called "Bad Day."

On the cut — which borrows from Stevie Wonder's "For Once in My Life" and Shuggie Otis' "Strawberry Letter 23" — the Indiana spitter uses a few lines from Biggie Smalls to get into his flow.

"Now it's lunches, brunches, interviews by the f----- pool / No security, I'm solo with my f-----' tool / N----- tweeting 'bout a murder, bust a f----- move / If we coming through, we leave their bodies on the f----- news," he spits.

This new offering marks the second release from Gibbs since he was jailed and later acquitted of sexual assault in Austria — the first being "All Day" produced by Harry Fraud.

You can check out his new song "Bad Day" below.

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