R-Wan and Big Ali are at it again with another collaboration since the release of their track "Walking Dead" in May. This time the two have recruited the help of legendary crunk rapper Lil Jon for their latest venture, "OXY."
The track opens with a near-ominous introduction riddled with heavy bass and drums before the vocals prepare listeners for the incoming explosion of sound. The track features a catchy alternating synth lead seemingly made for fans of both the main and bass stages.
"OXY" is not the first time the trio have united for a track. In 2016, they released the bouncy track "Like A Boss."
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R-Wan is no stranger to hip-hop collaborations as the French producer has also worked alongside Busta Rhymes, Snoop Dogg and Fatman Scoop.
Lil Jon, on the other hand, has become an EDM mainstay as of late with collaborations with NGHTMRE, Shaq, DJ Snake, Steve Aoki, and more under his belt.
"OXY" by Big Ali, R-Wan, and Lil Jon is out now on Restricted.