Now that Ryan Hemsworth's summertime reflections are out of the window, he's back with new material, this time linking up with Chicago's own Adamn Killa on "Commas." With Hemsworth, you get the glow with the grit, and "Commas" slides right into the pocket of bright, rap-influenced material he's been dropping.

You might remember Adamn from his Yung Lean/Shlohmo collaboration "Ten," or this summer's "Catch Me," and today he continues that run with the bright, catchy "Commas." With trunk-rattling drums in place, the more hypnotic melodies ride high, like a crispy fall Saturday morning. It's one of those tracks where Adamn was more than likely chilling in the morning, thinking on the ills of life and how he's been winning, and skating overtop this lush instrumental with ease.

When asked about working with Adamn, Ryan told Complex: "Adamn just sounds like himself. He can jump between all these different production styles, and he still has that Chicago sensibility to make simple, catchy melodies."

"There’s really no bullshit with Adamn," Ryan continued, "and that’s also why he can just use any kind of beat and make it his own. He could probably rap on a Tiesto song and it would work (lol)." 

While we've mostly seen the drill side of Chicago put on blast, the town is much more diverse, and Adamn's wave proves that. Rocking with Hemsworth on "Commas" is icing on the cake. Shine on 'em to this.