By Nick Romano
August 12, 2016 at 03:44 PM EDT
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Chocolate Droppa is coming for Drake and Jay Z. Comedian Kevin Hart has signed with Motown Records as his rapper alter ego, and he dropped some rhymes to prepare us for what’s ahead. 

“Drake, Future, Jay Z, 2Chains, I’m about to smack all of y’all on the behind,” Droppa raps in an announcement video from his new label. “I let y’all suckers eat, but I’m hungry now. Going downtown and I’m looking to get down.” 

According to Billboard, which first reported the news, Droppa’s debut album will come this fall. Hart used the hashtag #HittingTheatersThisOctober14th in an Instagram post. 

Watch Droppa’s rap in the video below. 


“If you’re a rapper I suggest you run because I’m about to come for all of you sucka’s,” Hart wrote. “Y’all just knocked on the door of a small giant that loves chicken nuggets and long walks in the park in the summer….which basically means that I will kill everybody!” 


Hart previously brought out Droppa for Saturday Night Live where he rapped about his crew’s secrets. He also appeared on the radio show Real 92.3 L.A., featured in a video about his song “That B– Ain’t Mine,” and came out for the 2011 BET Awards.