Ever since B.o.B. topped the charts with his 2010 Bruno Mars-assisted record "Nothin' on You," the Southern native has straddled a fine line between commercial rap and the style of music his earliest fans discovered on projects like The Future and Cloud 9.

B.o.B. returns to his roots on his latest cut "Get It," which is enriched by a sped-up sample of Jimmy Cliff's "Many Rivers to Cross." Over soulful production, Bobby Ray raps about perseverance in life and ignoring those who only bring negativity to your doorstep. "Keep doing you, man, fuck the haters. Let 'em hate," he declares. Check out "Get It" below.

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