TDE season commenced once again when Kendrick Lamar dropped the hammer on the rap game with his newest endeavor, To Pimp a Butterfly. Now, it appears that it's finally Jay Rock's turn to etch his name onto the walls of 2015. The rapper releases "Money Trees Deuce," the follow-up to his feature on Kendrick Lamar's musical opus, good kid, M.A.A.D. city.

Rock's intensity and vigor is nearly equivalent to his memorable feature on "Money Trees." "Hope them boys don't come knock on my mama's door / AK-47 out that window that I'm paranoid / America, another case I can't afford / Help me lord," he raps.

It's been nearly four years since Jay Rock released his debut album, Follow Me Home. Despite remaining mum in regards to a new project, the West Coast's MC's newest track could signify a new album in the works.

Give the track a spin and tell us what you think.

Listen to Jay Rock's "Money Trees Deuce"

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