Producer Makzilla does the Big Scoob track, “Bi**ch Please,” plenty of justice with a murderous, uncompromising beat. Coupled with guest vocals from B-Legit and Bay Area legend E-40, it’s likely to be a hit among Scoob fans.

The Strange Music affiliate is prepping a grand return with his H.O.G. (Hand Of God) album, which is scheduled for a November 4 release. The 16-track effort features the Kansas City rapper collaborating with a roster of talented artists, including label head Tech N9ne, E-40, and Killer Mike.

Although he recently popped up in Tech N9ne’s video for “Push Start” in August, Scoob has been laying relatively low since 2011, but got a call one day that brought him out of retirement.

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“When Strange Music CEO Travis O’Guin asked me to come back and do this album, I figured it had to be the hand of God,” Big Scoob explains in a press release. “Like, maybe this is something I need to do so I can get more popular with these youngsters to where they’ll listen to me more and I can get my message to ’em and let them know there’s more to life than the streets and rap.”