Dave East and Rick Ross team up for "Fresh Prince of Belaire," a banging tribute to popping bottles of Luc Belaire.

Over stuttering drums and drill synths from producer Nick Papz, the French sparkling wine ambassadors detail various toasting scenarios, including dinner at a self-owned Checkers Drive-In, and over a hater's dead body.

"Black bottles, pop 'em at your funeral/Dirty niggas with clean money, this shit is beautiful/Gold bottles, pop 'em like it's '96/You never seen a brick, I pray to God my team get rich," goes Dave's hook.

Ross, one of the brand's longest-running rap spokesmen, cleans up with self-deprecating boasts about his purchasing power. The Miami veteran sounds refreshed (must be the wine).

"I'm always running late but the money in crates/Black bottle and two women a wonderful date/305 in my yayo, a wonderful place/Bought a Checker's to feed my bitches them fries with a shake," the MMG boss spits.

The loosie is the second new song from Ross that we've received in the past month, following his comeback single "Green Gucci Suit." East, for his part, has spent recent weeks building support for murdered Bronx teenager Lesandro "Junior" Guzman-Feliz's family.

Listen to "Fresh Prince of Belaire," from Dave East and Rick Ross, below.

Mass Appeal

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