J. Cole took some time away from the microphone to produce a straight head-nodder for his new artist J.I.D., which features EarthGang. The song is called "D/Vision," and the new Dreamville signee completely spazzes in the first verse.

"Can't see the floor, elevator where the steps at? / James Bond, nah, James Harden with the stepback / No D, n----- playing foul, where the techs at? / Better get back, better get you a jet pack/ They shoot where the ref at / They shoot at your Jefe," he spits.

EarthGang's Doctur Dot rhymes next and as usual does a stellar job of mixing provocative imagery with a little jewel dropping.

"I'm under pressure, smoking pressure walking in no direction / Chalk it up to the devil for f------ with my perspective / Too young to be a witness but old enough for the lessons," he says, followed by another dope verse by his partner Johnny Venus.

The cut is off J.I.D'S forthcoming album "The Never Story," which he just shared the cover art and tracklist for. You can check that out below, as well as "D/Vision."

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