T-Pain is still holding on strong to the top spot after beating Big Sean in this week's The Boombox Battle. With over 79 percent of the vote, the "Nappy Boy" was the clear winner and proved that his track, 'Stoicville' is unstoppable.

'Stoicville' finds the rapper stripped of his signature Auto-Tune vocals to showcase honest rhymes about his life both past and present. The song will be featured on his upcoming album, ‘Stoicville: The Phoenix,’ which will likely be out in 2015.

“Whoever thought a youngin’ from a city full of rattle snakes was ever gon’ make it out the grass patch / Seven heels had me looking for a better deal, a hood n----, I couldn’t count on the Nasdaq / Coming home from school I had tears in my eyes / They was picking on me and wouldn’t give me my hat back / Now I got enough hats to give away, it’s better days, I refuse to have flashbacks,” he raps.

OG Maco competes against T-Pain this week. His breakout hit, 'U Guessed It,' has been going strong with its accompanying trippy video. The Atlanta rapper's track has also been gaining traction because he recently accused Beyonce of swiping his video concept and using it for her '7/11' visuals. But controversy aside, Maco's literally rapping to the beat of his own drum since the song offers a few piano keys here and there and some bass.

"Bitch, you guessed it, walkin' around with extra in my pocket / Bitch, you next to us, why the f--- are you next to us? / Bitch, you should come test us / I seen what you rockin' and bitch you can't dress with us / Seen what yo bitch looked like," he delivers aggressively on the effort.

Will T-Pain's song keep him ahead in the Battle? Or will OG Maco's abrasive yet very catchy tune throw him off his winning streak? Now it's time for you to decide. Go vote for your favorite song in the poll below. Remember you can vote once per hour until the poll closes on Tues., Dec. 2, at 10AM ET.

Watch T-Pain's 'Stoicville' Video

Watch OG Maco's 'U Guessed It' Video

Rules of The Boombox Battle
Two artists and their respective songs compete against each other each week. The triumphant artist goes on to compete in the next The Boombox Battle. If an artist wins The Boombox Battle four times consecutively, their song will be honored in The Boombox Battle Hall of Fame.