Following in the footsteps of Drake, who released three new songs without warning on Saturday (Oct. 25), Rick Ross dropped a new track featuring Migos called 'Black Bottles.' The song is a 4-minute advertisement for his Luc Belaire rose champagne and getting turned up in the clubs.

Produced by Tone the Beat Bully, 'Black Bottles' is a thunderous trap banger that will certainly get rap heads amped. Rozay and the Atlanta trio spit tough rhymes with a plethora of drug-related punchlines. Migos have the standout verses on this street-certified track.

Quavo kicks it off rapping, "Walkin' out the bando with a 4-5 / My mama told me get money and stay alive / I can't make the deal, I think he wearing a wire / Pitch a hard ball and they hit it, call him Mark McGwire."

Takeoff follows with his tongue-twisting drug-infused rhymes with some catchy punchlines.

"Travelin' around the globe, I was told not to sell my soul for the price of fame and never fold / Had to jump behind the internet / A n---- takin' chains, Debo," he spits.

Finally, Offset raps about cooking keys [no Alicia] and the riches he gained from it.

"You say that you got the big money / But really your money is sesame seeds / I got this bitch named Valerie, she sellin me bricks from Sicily / My neck is flooded and my double cup is mudded / The streets made me a villain, out that bowl, I made a million," he raps.

No word where 'Black Bottles' is going to end up, but it will probably appear on Migos’ upcoming 'Rich N---- Timeline' mixtape, which will be available on Nov. 5. Meanwhile, Rick Ross will drop his new project 'Hood Billionaire' on Nov. 24.

Listen to their track below. Bottles up!

Listen to Migos' 'Black Bottles' Song Feat. Rick Ross