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Two of the best-titled albums in recent memory—Action Bronson's Mr. Wonderful and Earl Sweatshirt's I Don't Like Shit, I Don't Go Outside—dropped this week. To celebrate, the Queens MC and the Odd Future wunderkind teamed up for "Warlord Leather."

Over a summer-ready Alchemist beat reeking of retro, the dudes spit like they're jogging victory laps and housing some nachos along the way. Action talks about his "dinosaur legs" and threatens to throw haters in a bathtub of hot sauce; Earl uses every single millisecond to spit his mesmerizing, gotta-wind-it-back-nine-times rhymes. Here ya go:

2015 has already been a crushingly good year for hip hop, with the release of Kendrick Lamar's To Pimp a Butterfly (and the accompanying rapper-on-a-moving-truck concert), Drake's surprise album If You're Reading This It's Too Late, Lil Wayne's effective mixtape Sorry 4 the Wait 2 and Big Sean's star-making Dark Sky Paradise.

Also on the horizon: Kanye West's shadowy So Help Me God, and the potential rap game return of Will Smith. Why we're so lucky, we may never know.