After dropping the star-studded remix to his 2014 hit 'My Style,' Brooklyn rhymer Troy Ave is back with 'All About the Money' remix featuring rap heavyweights Jeezy and Rick Ross.

On the song, B$B Records' franchise player continues his campaign for the vacant king of New York throne.

Young Jeezy opens the track, spitting, "Whatchu' do, step up in this bitch with my shades on all I see is bands / Bitch, I got my Ray's on / Jeweler call me Mr. Rolex / N----, wrist game so strong, they call me Bow-Flex, n----." The Atlanta rapper also drops lines about bringing Jay Z out at the Barclays Center and giving a run-down of his history with luxury whips.

Troy Ave then chimes in, rapping both verses featured on the original song, before handing the mic to Rozay, who rises to the occasion.

"Menace to society, cocaine brothers, my dog made three Feds Magazine covers," raps the Bawse. The Miami rapper proceeds to dismantle the track with ease, effectively stealing the show in one fell swoop.

Overall, a nice display of lyrical showmanship by the rap trifecta.

Meanwhile, stay tuned for Troy Ave's next project, 'White Christmas 2,' which he plans to release real soon.

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