Footage of Yeat and Don Toliver together began circulating earlier this week. Now, the duo dropped off their collab track entitled “Heavy stunts.”

“Uh, who that? The boy, that big old zipper (Woo)/ Got racks out, it’s bustin’ out my zipper/ In a Suburban with a big box, shipped off, it’s gone (Yeah)/ Overseas, with a lil’ bad baby, Chanelly and all,” Toliver croons on “Heavy stunts.”


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“King tonka” sees Yeat go solo – something he’s more than used to after handling most of 2093 on his own.

“It king Tonka, it king Tonka (Err, err), it king T—/ 737, we get high and we crash (Phew)/ Pull up, and we geek all night (All night)/ Yeah, we could fly around, like the Bentley-truck-ing (Woo),” Yeat spits on the bass-heavy trap anthem.

The two-pack arrives two weeks after Yeat unveiled “HeliMAn” on YouTube and Soundcloud, the latest in a lineup of releases he’s kept off streaming services. It is not clear if these tracks are hinting at a new project, or a separate version of “2093.”

As for Don Toliver, he’s been in new music mode as well, dropping off “Bandit” and “Deep In The Water” as he gears up for the release of his new album.


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