The 42-year-old rapper premiered the funky song on Zane Lowe's Beats 1 on April 20 as one of the tracks off his upcoming LP.
Big Boi has released the lead single titled "Mic Jack" featuring Adam Levine off his upcoming album "Boomiverse". The track is heavy with old funky vibe, reminding us of classic dance floor banger in late 1980s. With Big Boi's powerful rap and Adam's super catchy hook as well as the funky music, the song becomes a perfect summer anthem.
"N***as still ain't f**kin' with Hollywood Court/ 'Cause they f**kin' wit' ya boi like Hollywood dough/ Everything big, no comin' up short/ The game winning shot, your name sayin' not/ The same skinny thot you got, she be in and out/ She never spit it out either, we call her Poke-mouth/ Big mouth bad, start to smash that a**/ I build a bear before I build a b***h," Big Boi spits.
The lead vocalist of Maroon 5 then joins on the slick, disco-themed chorus, "You're hotter than July/ Super colder than December/ You got me dancin'/ The dance floor tells no lies/ Give them something to remember/ You got me dancin'."
Following the release of "Mic Jack", Big Boi plans to release the second single "Kill Jill" off "Boomiverse" later on the same day. The upcoming album, which is set to arrive in June, is the follow-up to 2012's "Vicious Lies and Dangerous Rumors". The member of OutKast is scheduled to perform "Mic Jack" on "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon" on April 24.