Lupe Fiasco, Rick Ross and Big K.R.I.T combined their talents for the new song "Tranquilo," for the Chicago rapper's sixth studio album Drogas Light.

Perhaps not surprisingly, all three MCs hold it down lyrically and deliver memorable verses packed with thought-provoking lines.

"No material possessions shall cloud my judgement / As I reach in an ethereal direction to provide my substance / Love is not found but resides insides me / I manifest this, I will respect myself / and wear serenity as my necklace / I will replace what I take and have tranquility as my breakfast," he rhymes.

Afterwards, it's Rozay's turn, and he spits a provocative line about letting his son hold his "strap" while he swims in the pool. It's K.R.I.T., however, who seems to shine the most and gives a verse that seems more like a chapter in a novel than a rhyme.

"Buried your partner just the other day knowing he was too young / Had a tool, trying to roll on the folk, let it go on the folk / But he wasn't down to shoot one / Though the time dead and gone / Is YOLO want we on? / I heard different, it's never too late to listen and be reborn," he raps.

You can listen to "Tranquilo" below and look out for  Drogas Light on Feb 10.

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