Boosie Badazz is wasting no time getting back to music. After surviving kidney cancer, he hopped on Gillie Da Kid's latest single, "I'm Da Man."

The Coney Gurl-produced track features catchy rhymes from Gillie Da Kid and a "classic Boosie verse."

“I had already recorded the record and I wanted to get a feature on it, and I thought ‘who else is the man in their city?' I thought of Boosie and we made it happen," read a statement by Gillie Da Kid in a press release. "I personally booked studio time in Atlanta and dropped off the record so he could record his part on it. As soon as I heard his verse, I said ‘this b---- is fire!’ This is a classic Boosie verse...this is going down as an all time classic verse from Boosie Badazz.”

As for Boosie's recovery, Gillie had only well wishes for the rhymer. “I wish [Boosie] a speedy recovery and I salute him. He’s still working even though he’s been through a lot. We both have,” he said in the press release.

Boosie has been a busy man since he left the hospital. Along with dropping the Lyfe Jennings featured track "Cold Hearted," he also appeared in Young Thug's "F--- Cancer" video.

Gillie Da Kid hasn't been letting up either. The new song comes a few months after the Philadelphia native dropped his debut album, Welcome 2 Gilladelphia.

Check out the track below and let us know what you think in the comments.

Listen to Gillie Da Kid's "I'm Da Man" Feat. Boosie Badazz

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