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Rick Ross is firing on all cylinders, and today releases a new track titled “Crocodile Python” from his upcoming album Black Market (due in stores Dec. 4).

Produced by Jahlil Beats, but far from his usual club-friendly sound, the record features Ross waxing poetics with dazzling wordplay. “White man fear a ni**a with a free mind/ And if he disagree, tell him that he can free mine/ Took my Rolex and gave me an ankle monitor/ So many angles, these haters will start popping up” Ricky Rozay raps.

Ross’ “Crocodile Python” isn’t the only lyrical highlight of today’s Wired Tracks. Additionally masterful rap tandem DJ Premier and Royce Da 5’9″ conjoin once again as PRhyme on a bard’s dream titled “Highs and Lows,” featuring DOOM and Phonte. Re-read that again, and understand that dreams indeed come true.

Stream the aforementioned gems and then some below.

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Royce Da 5’9″ & DJ Premier ft. DOOM & Phonte – “Highs and Lows”

Problem & Wale – “Phone Down (Erykah Badu Remix)”

Ciara – “Special Edition”

Ciara – “Special Edition”

Johaz ft. Blu, G Rocka, Sene & Theory – “Anything”

Sheek Louch ft. Fabolous – “No Losses”

Mr. Lif ft. El-P, Jean Grae, & Akrobatik – “Post Mortem”

Blended Babies ft. Coyle Girelli – “Something For Nothing”

Westside Gunn – “Mr. T”

RAST – “Song For Chicago”