The track is titled "25 Soldiers" and features Young Thug, which is always a sure sign that a song is going to please you. During a chat with Zane Lowe Wednesday ahead of the track's Beats 1 premiere, Swizz described his upcoming Poison project as a "ground floor" experience.
"This is me planting my feet back on the ground, entering the building from the ground floor, redoing the foundation of what I built over the years and not skipping over it or moving to the next building without revisiting my core because a lot of people get in my position and they just want to skip over all the lines," he explained. "I feel that you must always revisit what people really know you for and show them that you are still a master at that craft and then take them on a journey where you're going to go from there."
Stream "25 Soldiers" below via Apple Music. The official video can be found up top.
Poison also features collabs with Lil Wayne, Giggs, Kendrick Lamar, Pusha-T, 2 Chainz, and more. The album is due Nov. 2.
During his interview with Lowe Wednesday, Beatz gave another update on the status of his long-teased collab with West and U2's Bono. The track, recorded prior to West's idiotic embrace of Trumpism, is titled "Skyscrapers" and is currently slated for inclusion on Beatz' next project. "My next record is an R&B record so it will fit better on that," he said.