Late Wednesday night, the ever-prolific Gucci Mane released a brand-new track with his fellow ATL-ian Quavo. "Floor Seats," produced by Honorable C.N.O.T.E., finds the two bragging on their seats at the game—and, of course, their finances.
The song's cover art, which you can see above, places Gucci and Quavo's faces on the famous scene of DeAndre Jordan dunking on Brandon Knight.
The song too has plenty of basketball references. Gucci compares the team of him and Quavo to the Warriors' powerful Steph Curry/Klay Thompson pairing. "Gucci and Quavo like Steph and Klay, we the Splash Brothers," he raps.
Gucci continues by boasting about his courtside seats, and about who he brings along to the games with him. "I got floor seats at the game, you know my money popping," he says. "I brought two bitches so bad that they ain't even watching."
On the hook, Quavo explains that his "two hoes" likewise have the best seats in the house. "They get floor seats to everything/Floor seats at the Barclays/No penny from a young nigga, Penny Hardaway."
Gucci implied on Twitter that the song, which appropriately dropped at 10:17 p.m., would be from his upcoming album The Return of East Atlanta Santa.
That album is scheduled to drop in mid-December.
You can hear "Floor Seats" below via Soundcloud.