For those of you wishing for a new Wu-Tang Clan album, here’s the next best thing - a hot rap trifecta with Wu-Tang alumni Masta Killa and Method Man along with Wu collaborator Redman. The trio formed like voltron on a new track called “Therapy.”

Produced by PF Cuttin, the head-nodding banger features repetitive piano tingles and a boom-bap beat. Masta, Meth and the Funk Doc spit crazy punchlines and one-liners about their love of music and how it heals their mind. "Yo, I gotta be around this music / It's therapeutic," spits Masta Killa , "The first thoughts of the day is so clear."

Method Man concurs and delivers his signature Tical flow, rapping, "It's Wu-Tang Clan always collect cheddar / Proper education always corrects errors.

Redman has the standout verse out of the three with his comedic bars and punchlines. "I get dough / Bed pan for the sick flow / My weed more greener than Lou Ferrigno / My right hand man hand on the pistol / I crack these squares up like Nabisco," he raps.

"Therapy" is part of the Adult Swim Singles Program and will also appear on Masta Killa's upcoming new album, Loyalty Is Royalty, via indie label Nature Sounds.

MK also gave a shout out to Adult Swim for promoting the single in its rawest form.

"Adult Swim is always crazy; they give it to you raw, straight no chaser and that's what this music stands for," he said (via Billboard). "There needs to be more major outlets for music in its raw form where it doesn’t have to be watered down or politically correct. Big respect to Adult Swim for that."

True indeed. Listen to the track above and vibe out.