Rick Ross gruffs over Skrillex’s bombastic productions on “Purple Lamborghini,” their new collaborative song from the upcoming Suicide Squad soundtrack.

The song, which debuted on Zane Lowe’s Beats 1 show on Thursday (July 21), feels like a massive anthem for the film’s iconic villain The Joker. On the song, Rozay is boisterous as ever as he spit rhymes of gunplay and torture all the while stacking his cheddar.

"Biggest boss and I been the triplets / I'm a bigger problem when I click with Skrillex," he seethes. "Murder on my mind, it's time to pray to God / My revolver is that religion's the revolution's born."

In the second verse, Rozay gets more descriptive with his blood-dripping lyrics, rapping, "Body on the corner, million in the trunk / Seven figures, I will spend that every other month / Killers on the corner, talons in the clip / Villa Palisade and Paris just to fill with bitches."

During an interview with Zane Lowe, Ross revealed that a video has been shot for the song and it will feature Jared Leto who plays the Joker in the movie. Skrillex added that the visual will be a cinematic treat.

The Suicide Squad soundtrack will arrive on Aug. 5, the same day as the movie. The DC Comics flick stars Will Smith, Viola Davis, Common, Adam Beach and more.

Listen to Rick Ross' Song "Purple Lamborghini"