Adele has everyone in their feelings -- including Rick Ross. The rapper decided to remix the British singer's first single in three years, "Hello." His added verse takes on a thematic mix of love, social issues and life in the limelight.

"Tears fall all the way to the south of France / Poverty line hang lower than my pants / Invited to the Grammys but I feel so out of place / After we watch plates they were always out of state," he rhymes.

After the remix gained some traction, the "Ima Boss" rapper gave proper respect to Adele. "Salute Adele. I remixed her vibe," tweeted the bawse.

Though it's an unlikely pairing, the "Hustlin" rapper's low-key and solemn rap style on the track matches the songbird's tune. The track follows Ross' series of remixes, which he's branded as the Renzel Remixes. On Wednesday (Oct. 28), Rozay released a remix of Future's "Stick Talk" from DS2. He also remixed Post Malone's "White Iverson."

The MMG leader’s eighth studio album, Black Market, is due to be released in December. Earlier this month, he debuted “Sorry” featuring Chris Brown and a visual for “Bill Gates” via Revolt TV. Black Market will be Ross’ third album in the span of two years. Adele’s sepia-toned video has been pushing forward itself while breaking feats. The visual, which became the most watched Vevo video in 24 hours, is also Vevo’s most watched clip in a week with over 100 million views.

Check out Ross' remixed salutation below.

Listen to Adele's "Hello" Feat. Rick Ross

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