Atlanta rap trio Migos are at the top of their game this year.

Last week, their single "Bad and Boujee" hit No.1 on Billboard's Hot 100 and they released a new track and video off their upcoming album "T-Shirt," which has gotten great feedback.

But before the group releases their heavily anticipated album, CULTURE, they connected with fellow Atlanta MC, Hoodrich Pablo Juan for a new song, "I Can." The song won't be on the album, but it's hot, and sends a great message for listeners to get up and get to it. DJ Spinz and Noteable C.N.O.T.E produced the track, which seems to be an Atlanta 2017 version of Nas' 2003 song with the same title, "I Can.

Quavo begins the song rapping the hook, "I can, I can, I can, I will, I am gon' stack up them bands."

Hoodrich Pablo Juan is satisfied with the way the song came out. He believe's it was only right the collab happened considering they're "the hottest."

"They the hottest rap group period and I'm the hottest up-and-coming," Hoodrich Pablo Juan told The Fader. "Too many bars to just listen once."

You can listen to more of Hoodrich Pablo Juan on two of his most recent mixtapes, Million Dollar Plug 2 and Designer Drugz 2, both released in 2016. And look out for Migos' album CULTURE releasing later this month. It's now available for pre-order on iTunes.

Listen to the full song "I Can" below.

 

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