Fabolous is known for dropping mixtapes during the holiday season and this time he delivers a project that fans have been waiting for a long time. The Brooklyn rhymer teamed up with Trey Songz for the collaborative mixtape, Trappy New Years.

The six-track tape features Fabo rapping clever punchlines, while Trigga Trey rap-sings sexualize lyrics and occasionally spitting a bar or two. On the collection, the dynamic duo perform re-flips three of 2016's top songs: Migos’ “Bad and Boujee,” Future’s “Used to This” and Travis Scott’s “Pick Up the Phone."

There are also three original tunes as well. One of them is called "Key of the Street" where Fabolous and Songz boast about their sexual exploits and staying on top of their money game.

This isn't the first time Fabolous and Songz have collaborated together. Among their previous collabos include "Sicker Than Yo Average," "What I Be On" and "Show Me (Remix)."

For Trey Songz, the mixtape follows his arrest last year for felony assault on a police officer and aggravated assault after destroying stage props at a Detroit venue.

Enjoy the mixtape and have a Trappy New Year.

Listen to Fabolous and Trey Songz's Trappy New Years' Mixtape