OMB Bloodbath reached a milestone this week with the release of her debut single "Dropout."

The track features Bloodbath's fellow Texas native Maxo Kream, whom she considers family. "We actually linked up in the studio in L.A. to record that track," Bloodbath said in a statement. "We’re going back and forth really smooth, bringing the two sides of Houston together."

The song was accompanied by a Trill Art-directed video that was shot entirely inside Bloodbath's home. The visual finds the Houston rappers "at a low-key gathering of the tribes," as they flash stacks of money, show off their iced-out jewelry, and enjoy the company of their friends and a twerking woman.

You can watch the "Dropout" video above. The song comes fresh off the heels of Bloodbath's newly inked Interscope deal with 10:22PM and LVRN. 

"I didn't want to be made over and put in a box," the rising rapper told Billboard about her new contract. "[10:22PM founder] Celine [Joshua], LVRN and Interscope have a proven track record of putting their artists first and letting them be themselves. I know they can help take my music career to the next level."

LVRN recently launched its Work From Home initiative, which will provide $50,000 in aid to creatives impacted by the COVID-19 crisis. The imprint has called on animators, graphic designers, stage designers, and DJs to submit their work for various LVRN artists' projects. The label will select winners across four categories, and award up to $1,000 for the best submissions. Learn more about the program, which runs until May 13, in the Instagram post below.