Rick Ross is preparing to drop his 10th studio album, Rather You Than Me, and late Wednesday night (Feb. 8), Rozay delivered his new song called "Summer 17."

Throughout the three-and-a-half minute banger, the MMG frontman raps about wanting all of his people rich by summer 2017. Over fast-paced, booming production, Ross paints a portrait of the Miami street life, in which many of his affiliates are still entrenched. "All my niggas mad, they like fuck the world/Back to standin’ on the Ave with a couple birds," he spits. "If you a killer well I’m tryna see/Cause calling the police is the only thing free."

It's unclear whether "Summer 17" will appear on Rather You Than Me. Regardless, you can check out the new song below, courtesy of Rozay's official SoundCloud page.

Rather You Than Me will be the Bawse's first album under Epic Records, as all of his previous LPs were released through Slip-N-Side and Def Jam. In late January, the "Hustlin" rapper penned an open letter about his upcoming project, touching on its significance and how it fits into his discography.

Rather You Than Me… 10 years + in this game and it has all lead to this moment right here,” he wrote. “My entire life I was never given choices. I had to create this shit for myself. I had no choice but to boss up, to make it by any means necessary, to turn nothing into everything that you see in front of you today.”

As aforementioned, you can listen to "Summer 17" below via SoundCloud.

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