Peanut’s “Señorita (Remix),” featuring Izzar Thomas and Jamie Hancock, has plans to heat up an already hot Houston summer.

Back at the start of the year, Houston artist Peanut dropped off “Senorita,” a record that guaranteed to wake things up in the city’s Latin market. Marrying elements of English and Spanish in a nod to Peanut’s own culture and that of Houston itself, “Senorita” was smooth and catchy. It was the perfect record, just a little ahead of season.

“Senorita” was built for those last days of Spring as they’re surrendering to the heat and nonchalance of the summer. For a time when the temperatures are rising, the articles of clothing worn become fewer, and the gas prices threaten to get as disrespectful as the heat index.

In other words, “Senorita” was built for the season Houston is in right now. And Peanut is seizing the moment.

On Thursday, Peanut gave “Señorita” an official remix, with Izzar Thomas and Jamie Hancock hopping on board. Thomas and the ‘Sincerely, Me‘ rapper give an already spicy record even more flavor. Where the original left room at the end for a dance break, the remix fills in the empty space. Thomas follows Peanut’s opening verse and Jamie closes things out. Both artists pick up on Peanut’s cue to use Spanglish – Hancock, at one moment, says that his “señorita be the coldest/ same time, caliente” – and spit their game.

Take a listen to Peanut’s “Senorita (Remix),” featuring Izzar Thomas and Jamie Hancock, for yourself down below.