Today is another day just like any other, rife with the same constant annoyances of being human. Yet, today does boast an added coping mechanism in the form of some very welcomed new music from Lil Uzi Vert.

Uzi, presumably still in the Eternal Atake frame of mind, appears on the new DooWop track "Cap Flow." The track is produced by Chief Keef, who handles a good deal of the production on DooWop's upcoming Cappin' Ain't Dead project, out Friday.

Stream "Cap Flow" up top via YouTube and/or below via Apple Music.

As you may recall, Keef teased back in April that he and Uzi had something in the vault together tentatively titled "Mooliani." The teased clip, complete with the promise that the full thing is "coming real soon," remains live on Keef's Instagram.

Earlier this month, fresh off the release of his excellent "Sanguine Paradise" video, Uzi canceled multiple international festival dates. In June, following a string of back-and-forth Eternal Atake updates that included an admission that he doesn't know when the project will be released, he shouted out Roc Nation.

"I love Roc Nation," Uzi said in an Instagram Story update at the time. "Feel so normal. Thank you." The message of love was later reciprocated by Roc Nation, who added "right back at you."