Blvk Jvck and Ace Hood’s ‘Geronimo’ Is Hard, Industrial Trap: Watch

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Production duo Blvk Jvck came up as part of DJ Khaled's team, working on hits including "Go Hard" and Rick Ross' "Hustlin." That's how they met Ace Hood, and the pair just took the "Bugatti" MC to a place he's never been — the festival dance floor — with "Geronimo," premiering on Billboard today (May 3). 

"Geronimo" is more of a mosh pit banger than a rave jam, but that's sensible for Hood's first foray into the dance music arena. He's deft and dangerous as ever over the snarling industrial beat, laying a mean hook on the drop before going in hard with an inspirational verse.

“This song means so much to us," Blvk Jvck tells Billboard Dance. "We were a part of launching Ace Hood’s career, and now he’s playing a major role in our new journey. Plus this shit bangs.” 

“I’ve had a relationship with BLVK JVCK since the very beginning," Hood says. "[I] felt this was a dope collaboration and an opportunity to spread my wings in the world of EDM trap. The record is full of energy and commands a presence. Happy to be a part of it.”

"Geronimo" is out now on Warner Music, but Billboard Dance has the first look at the black-and-white visual clip that features Hood and Blvk Jvck looking pretty buff in mainland Miami warehouses. This is trunk rattling music you can drive real slow to or bump while you're speeding down the freeway switching lanes.

Let it rip with "Geronimo" below.