Tattoos, punk rock and Vancouver's mayor mix it up in a new single by rapper Yelawolf and drummer Travis Barker. Yes, all those words are in one sentence.

The single, Push Em, was featured on Rolling Stone Tuesday, in advance of the two performers' EP Psycho White which will be released Nov. 13.

Two-thirds of the way through the song, Vancouver Mayor Gregor Robertson makes a cameo via a clip of his comments after last summer's Stanley Cup hockey riot that caused widespread damage:

“We are dealing with a small group of troublemakers — a bunch of angry young men who are fighting, smashing things up, lighting fires and causing problems.”

The mayor's office told The Huffington Post B.C. they were unaware of the sampling until Tuesday but confirmed it is Robertson's voice.

Fast forward to 2:15 of the YouTube video above to check out Robertson's interlude, or to 2:30 of the video below.

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    Image submitted as part of <a href="">Alexander Peepre's court proceeding</a>.

  • Alexander Peepre

    <a href="">Alexander Peepre</a> (in sunglasses) is seen in a video image submitted as part of the Crown's evidence.

  • Camille Cacnio

    <a href="">Camille Cacnio</a> was caught on video stealing pants from a store.

  • Ryan Dickinson

    <a href="">Ryan Dickinson</a> was the first person sentenced in the 2011 Stanley Cup hockey riots in Vancouver.

  • Camille Cacnio

    <a href="">Camille Cacnio</a> received a suspended sentence and two years probation.

  • Emmanuel Alviar

    <a href="">Emmanuel Alviar</a> (in black sweatshirt) served a one-month jail sentence and was ordered to write a letter of apology to the city.

  • Robert Snelgrove

    <a href="">Robert Snelgrove</a> leaves court after making his first court appearance at the British Columbia Provincial Court in downtown Vancouver, Wednesday, Dec, 14, 2011.

  • Robert Snelgrove

    Robert Snelgrove was seen in video taking skincare products from Sears.

  • Robert Snelgrove

  • Timothy Lau

    <a href="">Timothy Lau</a> is seen in a video image submitted as part of the Crown's evidence. Lau faced more charges than any other suspect connected with the Stanley Cup Riot and was sentenced to four months in jail.

  • Natalee Dennis

    <a href="">Natalee Dennis</a> was sentenced to four months house arrest and 80 hours of community service for damaging cars during the riot.

  • Spencer Kirkwood

    <a href="" target="_blank">Spencer Kirkwood</a> was found guilty in April 2013 on three charges including participating in a riot, mischief and breaking a court order.