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Producer Harry Fraud got his first big break a few years back with the beat to French Montana’s “New York Minute” and he’s since worked with A-listers like Nicki Minaj and Rick Ross, but he also does plenty of work with edgy underground rappers like Action Bronson and Joey Bada$$. He has his own EP about to drop via the Scion A/V label, and today released its first single. It’s a woozy, druggy, trap-inflected beat featuring verses from increasingly independent-seeming Odd Future member Earl Sweatshirt and the eccentric, Diplo-backed rapper Riff Raff, who delivers a typically surreal verse with lines about “Versace lasagna” and similar things. Oh yeah, and the song’s called “Yacht Lash,” which apparently means the specific kind of whiplash that you get when your yacht gets into an accident, and which may or may not be an actual technical term. Fraud’s High Tide EP is out May 7, and you can stream “Yacht Lash” after the jump.