If you haven’t heard of Teflon Sega yet, now you have.

The burgeoning artist with an immense growing fanbase has been making his way in the music scene for a while now and is currently getting ready to release his forthcoming album Velvet Pill. 

Ahead of its release Teflon is dropping off “Satellite” exclusively to HipHopDX. It’s the energetic follow-up to his previously released loosie, “Rose Tinted View” — which is much more glacial and romantic. Both are expected to make an appearance on Velvet Pill.

“‘Satellite'” is a reaction to a week I spent in Vegas with my girl,” he tells DX about the number. “Escaping my own thoughts and reality and just wilding out. I wanted to make some feel-good shit. Most of the music I create is more deep dark and brooding. This one has a bounce and it’s a party song. It’s the closest thing I’ll ever write to a stripper anthem. I’ve never given my audience a song like this so I wanted this one to stand alone for a moment before the album release.”

Ahead of Velvet Pill‘s release, further familiarize yourself with the self-proclaimed Pink God by tapping into his some of his past releases such as “Baretta Lake” featuring SAINt JHN and the Ozzie-produced vibe “FRZZN.”

Press play on “Satellite” up above.

Keep up with Teflon Sega and his journey on Instagram and Twitter.