Busta Rhymes is working on his first album in over half a decade, the follow up to 2012's Year of the Dragon. Today (Feb. 2), we get the Brooklyn rap legend's new single, "Get It," featuring Missy Elliott and Kelly Rowland.

Busta and Missy's chemistry is a match made in rap heaven, as they play off of each other's energy on the uptempo track, which is paced by hand claps and pounding bass. "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!" Buss spits.

Missy keeps the momentum going rapping, "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."

This isn't the first time the two have linked up. They previously collabed on 1998's "Contact."

In related news, Busta and Missy recently teamed up for a Mountain Dew and Doritos ad that will air during the Super Bowl. In the hilarious clip, the rappers prepare Morgan Freeman and Game of Thrones actor Peter Dinklage for an epic tongue-twister battle.

Listen to Busta Rhymes' new Missy Elliott and Kelly Rowland collab "Get It" below.

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