As promised, Baby Keem is back with new music as well as a video that features Dave Free and Kendrick Lamar as executive producers.

On Thursday night, the 19-year-old rapper released a two-song bundle featuring his "Hooligan" and "Sons & Critics" tracks. Keem announced the release via social media on Tuesday, sharing the bundle's official cover art, which was reminiscent of the art he used for his 2019 single "Orange Soda."

Hours before the release, Keem also teased an accompanying visual.

"Stay awake tonight," he captioned the 7-second clip.

You can stream "Hooligan" and "Sons & Critics" now on Apple Music and below via Spotify. You can also check out the music video for "Hooligan," which was directed by Jake Schreier, up top via YouTube. 

The bundle comes more than a year after Keem dropped his Die for My Bitch project, and just months after he appeared in the "visual mission statement" for Kendrick Lamar's "at service company" pgLang. Interestingly, both songs were released through pgLang via Columbia Records.  The music video for "Hooligan" also lists pgLang under the "production company" category and, as previously mentioned, features Kendrick Lamar as an executive producer. "We got Telfar bag, what's your taste level on? Mine is pgLang, no, you didn't hear wrong," Keem raps on "Sons & Critics."

Keem is now reportedly working on the follow-up to Die for My Bitch. Stay tuned for more details.