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Hear G-Eazy, A$AP Rocky, Cardi B on Scathing New Song ‘No Limit’

Boi-1da, Allen Ritter provide production for Oakland rapper’s latest

EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ - JUNE 11: ASAP Rocky performs at HOT 97 Summer Jam 2017 at MetLife Stadium on June 11, 2017 in East Rutherford, New Jersey. (Photo by Dave Kotinsky/Getty Images); INDIANAPOLIS, IN - DECEMBER 04: Cardi B performs during 2016 Santa Slam Concert at Indiana Farmers Coliseum on December 4, 2016 in Indianapolis, Indiana. (Photo by Michael Hickey/Getty Images); NEW ORLEANS, LA - AUGUST 30: G-Eazy surprises fans at Bud Light's Dive Bar Tour on August 30, 2017 in New Orleans, Louisiana, where the singer performed tracks off his latest album, The Beautiful & Damned. (Photo by Erika Goldring/Getty Images for Bud Light)

G-Eazy has tapped A$AP Rocky and Cardi B for a scathing new song, "No Limit."

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G-Eazy, A$AP Rocky and Cardi B trade ridiculous punch lines on the Bay Area rapper’s new song, “No Limit.”

“No Limit” boasts a swift, sinister beat from Boi-1da and Allen Ritter, over which A$AP Rocky unspools the track’s leering hook. G-Eazy jumps in with a reference to Master P’s “No Limit Soldiers” and, over two punchy verses, shouts out fellow Oakland MC Kamaiyah, the “Damn Daniel” meme and for good measure boasts, “Man this year I had three hundred one night stands/ Keep a Costco pack of rubbers in my night stand.”

Cardi B unleashes an equally outlandish verse filled with vivid boasts, kiss-offs and burns. “Swear these hoes run they mouth,” she spits, “How these hoes out of shape?/ Can you stop with all the subs/ Bitch I ain’t Jared.”

“No Limit” marks G-Eazy’s latest single, following previously released summer offerings such as “Get a Bag” featuring Jadakiss, “Nothing Wrong” and “Wave” featuring Rexx Life Raj. In June the rapper announced his next album, The Beautiful and Damned, would arrive in the fall, though a release date and track list have yet to be announced. In March, G-Eazy released a new EP, Step Brothers. His last album, When It’s Dark Out, came out in 2015.

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