Two of the most underrated talents in rap recently teamed up to feed the streets with a nine-track collab EP. On March 1, rapper Sha Hef and producer ASAP P on the Boards dropped PSA for all those that are still fans of that good ole NYC street rap. P on the Boards flipped Tragedy Khadafi's "Calm Down" as Hunnit Round Hef tells us what his life's like in the video for "Shootouts."

This line in the hook is something special, too:

"Drug talk, plug talk, I could get the right price. Shorty cook the rice nice, you be with the mice type. Big guns, big clips, I be with the trife type"

That's a hip-hop quotable if I ever heard one.

Check out the video above, and make sure to go get that PSA tape.