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Watch: BBQ featuring Spoek Mathambo and Damaged Good$ -- "Booty Call"

The week just keeps getting better for Damaged Good$, who on Tuesday released their killer new mixtape as a free download. Though half of the duo, Coool Dundee, told us that the group will return to working with past collaborator Xrabit (the London producer who discovered the Dallas-area rappers and asked them to get on board with his electro-dance sound) at some point later on in 2010, it seems that there's been at least a little back-and-forth going on between them. Case in point: The above video for a new song called "Booty Call," which features DMG$, South African-based artist Spoek Mathambo and a London-based artist named BBQ. And, as DMG$'s other half, Theodore Beard, tells us this morning, this BBQ guy? It's really just Xrabit.

If nothing else, the new track's video, set to altered clips of a Cosby Show opening is pretty crazy. And the song's not bad, either. Stream and download it in full (Coool's part is cut off from the above video; that's just Theodore), and see why we're hardly expecting DMG$ to slow down at all as 2010 progresses.

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