Rick Ross and Jay Z have reached a place in their respective careers that many rappers only dream of; they're embraced by the underground and mainstream while still having the street's ear. That's the concept of their new song 'Movin Bass.' The hook sums it up completely.

"See them backs on a n---- raw, we still movin' base / Copper tried to knock us off and we still movin' base / Haters throwin' shots through a n----- door, and we still movin' base," raps Hov, as he's only on the hook and chooses not to spit any verses.

But that certainly doesn't take away from the song's lyrical intensity, as Rozay keeps things interesting and extremely vivid.

"Fallin' from the sky, the money bag the bigger / Angels tatted all on me, pray for a lord sinner / Rolls-Royce Corniche sweeping me off my feet / New bitches they by the fleet and we do 'em all by the week," he rhymes. "Weed man expensive, three trips a week / Misses just wanna freak, feds stay up the street."

The Timbaland-produced track will be on Ross' next album, 'Hood Billionaire,' due out Nov. 24, but you can pre-order the album on iTunes today.

On Dec. 5, the 'Mastermind' creator will be performing in Washington D.C., then in Little Rock, Ariz. on Dec. 21.

Listen to Rick Ross' 'Movin' Bass' Feat. Jay Z

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