ScHoolboy Q dropped his new single "THat Part" tonight, the latest release from his upcoming fourth album. The track features Kanye West. TDE's CEO Top Dawg also released the number to a hotline—playing on the "Get Top on the phone" catchphrase—where you can leave a message for him for a chance to be called back.

"THat Part" follows Q's recent single "Groovy Tony," the video for which featured him as a faceless mobster, lighting a pile of dead bodies on fire with his burning blunt. Both tracks will live on Q's upcoming album; although the project doesn't have a release date or official title yet, he did recently announce that it is finished and turned into the label in a post on Instagram. This will follow Q's 2014 album Oxymoron, which proved to be a breakout moment for the TDE rapper. That album moved 139,000 copies in its first week, and spawned singles like "Studio" featuring BJ the Chicago Kid, "Man of the Year," "Break the Bank," and "Collared Greens" with Kendrick Lamar.

Earlier this year, Top Dawg promised that each of the artists on the label would be dropping a project during this calendar year. So far, Kendrick Lamar dropped untitled unmastered. in March, but no one else's work has materialized. Hopefully, with Q's album seemingly on the way soon, the label can get back on track churning out top quality tunes.

In the meantime, you can purchase "THat Part" featuring Kanye West on iTunes here or stream it below via Spotify.