One of the biggest questions on rap fans' minds right now is how long can DJ Mustard keep recycling the same beat before everyone gets bored? The answer: for a little while longer, especially if he keeps churning out heaters like this.

The latest in the burly West Coast hitmaker's plan for club dominance features his trusty receiver-of-hot-beats YG, and also Chicago crooner Jeremih, who finally looks ready to assume his rightful title as one of R&B's brightest stars.

The pair join forces for 'Don't Tell 'Em,' a sizzling platter of hyphy-trance which interpolates Snap!'s 1992 dance hit, 'Rhythm is a Dancer' (this isn't the first time this year Jeremih has pulled this stunt; he reworked Aqua's insufferable 'Barbie Girls' hook on Ludacris' 'Party Girls').

YG shows up for the customary obnoxious rap verse, which sounds like a natural follow-on from 'My Krazy Life' cuts such as 'Who Do You Love?,' but it's Jeremih and his sweet-as-South American sugarcane vocals that'll be placing the song on the Billboard Hot 100.

Listen to Jeremih's 'Don't Tell 'Em' Feat. YG