Atlanta reunites on Killer Mike’s previewed track “Scientists & Engineers”

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Killer Mike has recruited Future and André 3000 for his upcoming solo effort, Michael. The two are heard on a track titled “Scientists & Engineers,” previewed Monday at Mike’s listening party.

Per HipHopDX, the track finds Future and his melodic tone harmonizing with the sounds of a choir followed by Three Stacks.

“All I know is when the portrait is painted better have your portion of the rent/ A dollar more and you will get upgraded when you think you’ve made it you are then/ Just tolerated, overrated, hope I’m 80 when I get my second wind,” raps Dre. Mike then closes out the Atlanta collab.

Michael is Killer Mike’s first solo album since 2012’s R.A.P. Music. A pamphlet given to guests at the listening party describes the project as “the most comprehensively autobiographical work [Killer Mike has] presented to date, musically and personally,” HipHopDx reports.

Mike’s also preparing to celebrate the 10-year anniversary of Run The Jewels with an upcoming tour. The group will perform 16 shows, four shows each in Chicago, Atlanta, New York City and Los Angeles. Special guests and surprises are to be expected.

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