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If Rick Ross is known for anything, it's putting out a lot of music, and quickly. His last full-length and sixth solo album, Mastermind, dropped only a few months ago! He spent the rest of the year hyping a chilling music video for "Nobody," dropping a verse on Chris Brown's "New Flame" alongside Usher and taking a detour into healthy living, becoming something of a spokesperson for eating right. In late summer it was revealed that Ross would get his hands on Ed Sheeran's "Don't" for a badass remix, apparently while recording material for his upcoming album, Hood Billionaire

The latest track to drop is "Movin' Bass," which features Jay Z and was produced by Timbaland. Talk about a team of A-listers! 

The tune is something of a self-assured anthem, Ross rapping "Grammy nominated once, but I’m still movin' bass" in the chorus. When Jay Z comes in, he's equally as confident, repeating the lines "We're still movin' bass" throughout the track.

As Billboard points out, the pair have collaborated before on DJ Khaled's "They Don't Love You No More," Ross' own "The Devil Is A Lie" and Dr. Dre's "3 Kings."

Check out "Movin' Bass" below!