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After premiering “Dedicated” with Future and Sonyae a few days back—the second single to be released off The Game’s forthcoming album The Documentary 2—the Compton, Calif. rapper isn’t taking his foot off the gas.

The Game just released a fiery new cut featuring EDM maestro Skrillex. Titled “El Chapo,” presumably after the Mexican drug lord who escaped prison a few months back, the track is produced by Bangladesh and features a fitting sample from a classic Frank Sinatra record titled “Granada.”

Various publications are reporting that “El Chapo” is featured on The Documentary 2 but the official tracklist on iTunes suggests otherwise. Nevertheless, with the recent announcement that the project is going to be a double album consisting of 38 songs, it’s likely “El Chapo” will feature somewhere.

After acknowledging that the song leaked a few days ago, The Game took to Instagram to release the official version.

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You can listen to The Game and Skrillex’s “El Chapo” here, courtesy of DJSteel.TV.

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