Atlanta rapper Money Makin' Nique is one of the city's most promising up and comers, standing out from many of his peers with deft lyricism and a brash confidence. He's joined by a cast of Atlanta's other young talent for this track off of his upcoming Guyana Gold project.

The careening, electronic ForteBowie-produced track samples Brownstone's "Grapevyne" and Lil Jon's "Put Yo' Hood Up," and Rich Homie Quan stops by for a celebratory verse. "I'm heaven-sent, but I'm hot as hell," Nique spits, and he delivers on the promise.

Guyana Gold is out October 3. Check out "Feel Better" below:

[via OnSmash]

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