The rapper was inspired by the holiday, which commemorates the Mexican victory in the Battle of Puebla, and gives a nod to Mexican culture with Spanish song titles and references to Mexico throughout.
In a statement given to The FADER, the rapper wrote:
"I was inspired by the holiday and put this project together in the last 24 hours. I walked in the studio and my producer BongoByTheWay was playing some guitar vibes. After a few shots of tequila and some good company, I decided to do something different for my fans."
Stream Cinco De MihYo below.