T-Pain proved himself to be unstoppable for the fourth straight week after beating Nicki Minaj in last week's Boombox Battle. With over 73 percent of the vote, the Queen Barbz didn't have much of a chance to grab the lead.

And with this victory, T-Pain has officially become the next artist to enter The Boombox Hall of Fame. That also means two new artists will go head-to-head in the competition.

First up is Tyga. His song, 'Make It Work,' has been gaining lots of momentum as of late. A departure from the strip club bangers he's released in the past, this one gets a bit more serious about how much he's been making from all the hustling he's been doing. And after announcing that he's officially leaving Cash Money and going indie, this track seems much more relevant for him right now.

"Why these n----s wanna test me on the low though? / Got no mothaf--in’ patience so I’m patient with the scope though / Put your potty mouth on the low / Sleepin’ with the enemy, it’s like hangin’ on a rope,” he raps.

Fabolous goes up against Tyga this week. His track, 'Lituation,' which is the first single off his new album, ‘The Young OG Project,' sounds like the quintessential New York City track. With its hard beat and aggressive lyrics, the Brooklyn rapper is representing himself and his hometown on this one.

“This a movie, get your Goobers, n----, it gets deep get your scuba, n---- / I got the swipers in the gun shop, I got the shooters in the Uber, n---- / Everything brand new my n----, Lord Jamar Grand Puba, n---- / They calling me Fidel Cashflow, yeah, and the link come from Cuba, n----,” he spits.

Will Tyga's West Coast flow take the win? Or will Fabolous' New York style of rhyming take him to the top? It's up to you. Go vote for your favorite song in the poll below. Remember you can vote once per hour until the poll closes on Tues., Dec. 16, at 10AM ET.

Watch Tyga's 'Make It Work' Video

Listen to Fabolous' 'Lituation'

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.