Gucci Mane is on his Championship run. After dropping two successful albums, the Atlanta rhymer is set to drop one more project in time for the Christmas season called The Return of East Atlanta Santa. On Thursday (Nov. 3), Gucci dropped his baller anthem “Floor Seats” featuring Quavo of the Migos.

Produced by the Honorable C-Note, the anthemic song features La Flare spitting flossy rhymes about his riches with plenty of basketball references in between. At one point, Gucci compares himself and Quavo as the Golden State Warriors' powerful duo Steph Curry and Klay Thompson.

"Nothing gets me erect like when I cash check / Look at my wrist and neck, I'd rather pay for sex / Gucci and Quavo like Steph and Klay, we the splash brothers," he raps.

Aside from dropping hot songs, Gucci Mane is also mobilizing young voters for this year’s election. Guwop is among a bevy of rappers who will be performing at the "Young Gets It Done" event at the Florida Memorial University in Miami on Nov. 7. The rally was created to get young people to hit the polls on Election Day (Nov. 8). Fellow rappers Rick Ross, T.I., Jay Electronica and Pusha T are also on the bill.

Gucci Mane’s third album, The Return of East Atlanta Santa, will arrive in stores on Dec. 16.

Listen to Gucci Mane's Song "Floor Seats" Feat. Quavo