YG is one of the trillest rappers in the game. So it makes sense for him to team up with Lil Wayne, a trill OG, for his new single, “Trill.” Produced by Boi-1da and co-produced by T-Minus, the song boasts a smooth, G-Funk-inspired groove that fits perfectly with YG and Weezy’s hardcore rhymes.

On the track, YG shares his financial goals for 2016 and beyond. “What's the plan? See, the plan is to stack 100 grand / Turn 100 grand to a million / Turn that million to a billion, turn that million to a trillion / Cause all my life, I've been a trill nigga,” he spits.

Meanwhile, Tunechi brags about getting head in prison and giving the haters the middle finger because he’s so trill.

"I got these bitches on they toes, no Achilles, n---- / Spit on your grave, throw a rose and some lilies, n---- / I know the stove like I worked at Piccadilly's, n---- / I wear a gold rope for old Mississippi n----s," he raps, adding, "And I was locked up in a hole, it could've killed me, n---- / And then a guard gave me some head, she felt guilty, n---- / I brush my teeth a hundred times just to grill these n----s / And I just walked up in the bank humming "A Milli", n----."

"Trill" arrives as part of Red Bull’s new "20 Before 17" series, which promises to deliver 20 exclusive tracks, videos, lectures and interactive experiences before 2017. For more information, check out redbull.com. And get trill, ninja.

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