Pacman da Gunman has released his new song “Zero Tolerance,” which features fellow West Coast rappers Mozzy and the late Nipsey Hussle.

Hailing from the Crenshaw District, Pacman is helping carry on the legacy of Nipsey Hussle and his All Money In No Money Out label. Pacman and his fellow All Money In labelmates embody the spirit that Nip put into the rap game throughout his career. “This is a record I had to be strategic with and I feel like right now is perfect timing,” Pacman told Complex of dropping the track. “Long live my brother.”

“Zero Tolerance” appropriately opens with the commanding voice of Nip on the hook, with each rapper delivering an impressive verse. “Too many gang wars, too many shoot-outs/Too many dope spots that need a new couch/Too many dead ends I need a new route/Too much betrayal I know you n***as too foul,” Nipsey raps.

The song serves as the first single from Pacman’s upcoming EP, Less Is More, which also features Wale, Blac Youngsta, and Icewear Vezzo.

You can listen to Pacman da Gunman’s “Zero Tolerance” ahead of its official release below. The song, due out Friday (March 26), is available to pre-save on Spotify here.