If Future's staccato yelps on 'S---' weren't wild enough, the creators of 'Worst Behavior' and 'Bandz a Make Her Dance,' respectively, should increase the song's hype a bit. Juicy J and Drake appear on the track's remix, and the latter ends up taking the show with his first few lines.

The Toronto rapper opens his verse with what many perceive as a jab at Kendrick Lamar, which is something fans have been waiting for since the West Coast MC delivered his BET Hip-Hop Awards cypher.

"Took n----s out the hood like I'm from there... I hear you talk about your city like you run that / And I brought my tour to your city, you my son now," Drake raps.

The 'Nothing Was the Same' rhymer could be referring to Lamar's feature on the 'Buried Alive Interlude,' off the 'Take Care' LP, which boosted the 'good kid, m.A.A.d city' rapper's mainstream appeal. Lamar's boast on the famous 'Control' verse is also a point of reference.

TDE CEO Dangeroo Kipawaa wasn't at all impressed with the line. "If this is the best s--- n----s got... I feel sorry 4 em...lmao," he tweeted.

Although the rest of Drake's verse and Juicy J's appearance are strong, those opening lines are going to be the song's main talking point.

The 'S---' remix will drop on DJ Esco's 'No Sleep' mixtape, which hits the internet today.

Future, who's relegated to just hook duty, is prepping his sophomore album, 'Honest.' The project will drop in 2014.

Listen to Future's 'S---' Remix Feat. Drake & Juicy J