Another day, another hot track. Fat Joe released a new song called 'Just Another Day,' which re-flips Queen Latifah’s song of the same name. The New York rhymer also recieves some lyrical assistance from Rick Ross, French Montana and Tiara Thomas.

Produced by Streetrunner and Macho TS, the song boasts mellow jazz horns and a thunderous beat. Lyrically, Fat Joe gets reflective and remembers his street soldiers.

Joey Crack spits, "In my hood everyday n----s get locked down / Best friends hit on your girl and get them knocked down / Teachers tell them n----s will never be s--- / So much coke in the water to make the sea sick."

Rozay follows behind and talks about his come-up and his day-to-day dealings.

"I came from the mud, Def Jam the new plug
 / Five gold joints and still gets no love
 / I walk the same block, rode the same trains / 
We f---ed the same bitches, whipped the same cane," he raps.

French Montana is regulated to the chorus as he yells his famous ad-lib "Haann," while Ms. Thomas sings the "Just another day" chorus and recreates Latifah’s soft cadence on the track.

Fat Joe is currently working on his next solo project, which has no release date as of yet.

Listen to Fat Joe's Song 'Another Day' Feat. Rick Ross, French Montana and Tiara Thomas