Last week, Lil Wayne made waves with his Carter V holdover Sorry 4 the Wait 2, a 17-track mixtape that detailed the strife between Weezy and his longtime label, Cash Money Records. Now he's keeping the streak going with a spicy Migos collaboration, "Amazing Amy"—which, yeah, is a Gone Girl reference.

The track marks the debut collaboration between Weezy and Migos, the Atlanta trio known for their killer mixtapes and their 2013 smash "Versace," which Drake jumped on for a world-dominating remix. The first two minutes of "Amazing Amy" feature Wayne—the guy who wrote "Krazy"—rapping about a not-so-stable woman he can't quite stay away from…despite his fear that she'll murder him and get famous for it. Then the Migos dudes swoop in to wrap the track with a triple punch of their signature flows. (Perfect line: "she too good for me, like some vitamins.")

The ominous cut is, based on a Weezy lyric tailing the chorus, a Sorry 4 the Wait 2 leftover. Tunechi also uses "Amazing Amy" to repurpose the catchy chorus of O.T. Genasis's "CoCo," which he remixed as the lead track on the mixtape.