At least according to 1980s television, there's nothing fancier than leaning out the window of your chauffeured Rolls-Royce and asking a complete stranger for mustard. We in the Booth are all about class, so of course we have a little Grey Poupon for you this morning, in the form of Load B's latest feature. On this fresh single, making its world premiere on our front page, the Portland emcee uses the transition from garden-variety yellow mustard to Dijon as a metonym for his ongoing journey from rags to riches. In addition to the headliner's gravelly bars, this joint packs guest rhymes by Dust, who joins the headliner over a grimy beat by Stewart Villain. For more, cop Load B's Escape From Snortlandia LP, slated to drop digitally on the 14th.