The ex-Das Racist rapper Heems has shared a new track called 'Sometimes', which at the same time also announces his debut album (after a few mixtapes) called Eat, Pray, Thug. The track features a rhythmic rapid-fire rant-rap about being kinda stuck in the middle, bouncing over a booming, high-octane beat from Gordon Voidwell.

Here's what Heems said about the track:

'Sometimes' is about dualities, identity and the space between spaces. Like so many other people, as a first generation South Asian in the U.S. I often felt like I lived two lives, an Indian one and an American one. I lived, at once, in and between two spaces and outside them as well. On another level, I also often felt like in America I lived in the space between black and white. Dualities are normal though. As fun as rap is, I can't always feel happy. Sometimes I feel sad too. It also pays homage to hip-hop before me with cadences referencing both Nice and Smooth and Busta Rhymes.

Listen to it below. Eat, Pray, Thug is out 10th March on Megaforce Records.