After teasing a new single yesterday, the collaboration between Busta Rhymes, Missy Elliott and Kelly Rowland, "Get It," has arrived.

The track is featured on Busta's upcoming album, which will be his first since 2012's Year of the Dragon. Accented by pounding 808's, hand claps and a staggered "get it" from Kelly, Missy and Busta are both in top form with their rapid fire verses.

"Why y'all money always coming in slow?/Peep game, 'cause you never getting started though/This right here be the anthem for all of my women and every one of my gangsta, yo!" Busta rhymes.

Missy makes it a point to remind everyone of her top tier musical status.

"Hop to the hop drop like a drop top/Everybody looking when I step up in the spot/See the way I rock, I'm hot you not/Everybody wanna cop, man get off my jock/Everybody know Misdemeanor don't stop and my records don't flop/Got the game on lock," she rhymes.

Busta and Missy recently teamed up for a Doritos and Mountain Dew Super Bowl commercial, where they taught Morgan Freeman and Peter Dinklage how to rap.

“I never tried rapping before,” Freeman said in an interview with PEOPLE about the commercial. “If it came natural to me I think I would have made some money doing it. It didn’t come naturally at all. Talking that fast and trying to be clear is difficult for someone like me who is used to talking slow.”

Take a listen to Missy, Busta and Kelly's collaboration via Spotify below.

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