After dropping the video for "Nickel Rock," featuring Boosie Badazz, Rick Ross continues to keep his name in the streets by remixing Ca$h Out's "Let's Get It."

Spitting over the original track, Rozay uses a slow flow to create a solid verse about being rich and living an incredibly opulent lifestyle.

"Os all in my safe, gold all in my grave / Tatts all on my back, cars all in my name / I see twenty million at once, in the backyard of Lil Haiti / Four bodies in six months, this rap game won't phase me," he rhymes.

Earlier today, the Miami lyricist took to his Instagram page to announce a Maybach Music Group mixtape to be released for NBA All-Star Weekend.

The "Let's Get It" remix will be featured on the tape, but as of now, there's no telling what other cuts will be on there or if any new MMG songs will be revealed. It would be really dope to hear some more new stuff from Meek Mill, that's for sure.

Check out Ross' take on Ca$h Out's 2014 cut below.

Listen to Rick Ross' "Let's Get It" Remix

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