G-Eazy celebrated his 28th birthday yesterday, which marks another big milestone for the Bay Area rapper who has seen a highly-successful music career so far. The rapper capped off another year by releasing some new music for his fans, including a collaboration song with Snoop Dogg called "Get Mine."

The track is produced by Murda Beatz, and Snoop provides a catchy hook on the potential party banger.

"I'm sorry if I s--- on you, it's not my intention/Talk about M's, K you got my attention/Steinbrunner money, just signed an extension/Deal's life changin' that's divine intervention," G-Eazy rhymes on the new club anthem.

As for Snoop, he just dropped off his new Neva Left album for fans last week (May 19), which saw the rapper bringing out a nostalgic vibe for his longtime supporters. With a throwback photo used as the cover, fans were ecstatic to hear Snoop back in his West Coast MC element.

Take a listen to the new collaboration track from G-Eazy and Snoop Dogg below.

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