Shyne, who was recently released from prison after serving close to 10 years, is about to make a big comeback.

The Belize-born MC, who was deported back to his native country after his release, has announced plans to release his first song in years. The song is called 'Messiah,' and was produced by Chicago beatmaker Elpeezy.

"I got the city on my back, pretty women in the sack," Shyne spits on the dark, brooding track. "Rollin' in the Rolls/ Sit, sittin' in my lap/ This is not a rap, fool, this is not an act/ Welcome to New York, blood, this is where it's at/ Snitches take a nap with the fishes and the rats/ Buried in the dirt where the witnesses is at."

Shyne recently signed a reported seven-figure deal with L.A. Reid and Def Jam Records, and fans are highly anticipating new music from the former Bad Boy artist. 'Messiah' is likely not the actual first single, as its more of a hard-hitting, street track than the club-ready single that some might have expected.

Shyne's album has yet to receive a release date, but it should be out before the end of the year.