Lil Scrappy continues to "grustle" -- the term he coined combining "grind and hustle" -- with the release of the one-off track 'Look at Me' via Mixpak Records. Brooklyn producer Dre Skull (pictured) holed up with Lil Scrappy in an Atlanta studio, where the 'Money in the Bank' rapper wrote the hook on paper but delivered his verses straight to the mic. The process was captured in a little teaser video viewable after the jump.

Since dropping 2006's 'Bred 2 Die Born 2 Live,' the Atlanta native has released two indie albums -- ' Prince of the South' and 'Prince of the South 2.' As the lyrics suggest on 'Look at Me,' Lil Scrappy doesn't have any problem with doing things on his own. "I have way more to talk about now besides punching somebody in the face," Scrappy told The BoomBox last year of his new lyrical direction. No word on a release date for 'The Grustle,' an album sporting rumored collaborations with Ludacris, Gucci Mane, Diamond, Trey Songz, Pleasure P and Maino.

Listen to Lil Scrappy's 'Look at Me' here and check out the track's noteworthy, bedazzled artwork by Pen and Pixel here. You can purchase the track on iTunes.