Last weekend at a Coachella after party, A$AP Rocky played a brief tease of a song with the following caveat: "I don’t know if I got the right version in this phone. Everything all f*cked up. This D.R.A.M.’s new sh*t." That warbled explanation proved to be the honest truth, D.R.A.M. has just unveiled a track called "Gilligan" featuring Rocky and Juicy J. Listen to it below.

The song is being billed as an official D.R.A.M. single, but no word yet on whether it is set to appear on a forthcoming full-length. Juicy J, in addition to stepping in for a verse, delivered production duties for the song. And if the artwork may mystify you at first glance, take a look at it from a distance. From that vantage point, it should be clear why it mentions 'original artwork banned.'

Stay tuned for more D.R.A.M. realness. Revisit "Broccoli" featuring Lil Yachty below.

In other music news, Lil Yachty has unveiled the details behind his upcoming debut album Teenage Emotions. Get the scoop right here.

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