Time to add another milestone to Desiigner's budding career. Not only did the 19-year-old artist score a No. 1 song with "Panda." It's also possible that the giant record contributed to a population increase of giant, real-life pandas.

The World Wildlife Fund recently took to Twitter and announced that giant pandas are no longer considered endangered; in fact, their population has increased by 17 percent. Then, in a hilarious clash of two different worlds, the WWF hit up Desiigner, tweeting, "@WWF @LifeOfDesiigner Thanks for the shout out! It's really great news #PandaHugs 🐼.."

Desiigner peeped the shout-out, and promptly tweeted, "Saving PANDAs 🐼🐼❤️💯🔥🔥🎬💪🏾💪🏾.." Fans know that the Brooklyn native has an affinity for hot beats and a warbled, Future-like flow, but they might not have known that he was out here saving pandas.

In other Desiigner-related news, the up-and-coming (some might argue he's already arrived) G.O.O.D. artist just dropped the official remix for his scorching "Timmy Turner" record. The new version features a guest verse from Kanye West.

The 'Ye-assisted remix is the latest evolution in the ongoing phenomenon that is “Timmy Turner.” Desiigner originally unleashed the song as his 2016 XXL Freshman freestyle. The freestyle became one of the most discussed topics in hip-hop during the summer before Desiigner revealed his intentions to turn it into a proper track.

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