A single from Miami rapper Rick Ross' upcoming album 'Teflon Don' has hit the Net. The song, 'Mafia Music II,' features vocals by R&B singer Chrisette Michele and is produced by The Olympiks.

The leaked song begins with an intro that runs almost a minute and a half, calling for unity among all rap crews and name-checking hall-of-fame OG's like Tookie Williams, Bumpy Johnson, Al Capone, John Gotti (the original "Teflon Don") and Meyer Lansky alongside Biggie, Tupac and Nicki Minaj's "cameltoe." The track follows-up on Ross' original 'Mafia Music,' a track that opened his third album, 'Deeper Than Rap.'

"Those that are from Miami that know that was Ross' original rap name, Teflon Don," said Ross supporter DJ Khaled of the record. "Trust me, we are making some crazy music man. We gonna make them anthems that have the club going crazy."

'Teflon Don' is Ross' fourth album, following on the heels of his 2009 album, 'Deeper Than Rap,' which debuted at No. 1 on Billboard's Top 200.

Check out 'Mafia Music II' here. Wonder how the "real" Rick Ross feels about this.