Czarface have just dropped "Deadly Class," the first single from their forthcoming sophomore album, Every Hero Needs a Villain. For those of you who slept on the group's 2013 eponymous album, Czarface is comprised of Wu-Tang Clan member Inspectah Deck and Boston rap duo 7L & Esoteric.

"Deadly Class" is a welcome slice of '90s–styled hip-hop, not unlike recent gems from Roc Marciano and Boldy James. The track features a guest verse from Queens rapper Meyhem Lauren. The frequent Action Bronson collaborator starts off the song before making way for Inspectah Deck to work his Shaolin wizardry over the horn and Middle Eastern guitar–laced track.

"Deadly Class" closes out with a brief yet punchy verse from Esoteric. "You my dog, right? / eat off them rugs," says the veteran rapper during one particularly brutal moment. 

Every Hero Needs a Villain will arrive in stores this summer via Brick Records.