Rapper Big Sean's just-released free mixtape 'Detroit' boasts a slew of collaborations, including J. Cole, Kendrick Lamar, Chris Brown, Juicy J, Royce da 5'9, Mike Posner and others. One club-driven track on the collection is called 'Do What I Gotta Do' and it features 'Rack City' rapper Tyga.

The song, produced by Million $ Mano, sounds like a sequel to Big Sean's booty-shaking anthem 'A-- (Dance)' from his debut album 'Finally Famous.' It's your basic strip club, get-money banger with its booming 808 drum beats and swirling keyboards.

On the track, Big Sean talks about money and hollering at ladies in the club. "B---- I'm finally famous, I do, I do what I want / The money, money, sex, money in the air, with an aroma / Swear I got her head bangin', bangin' might be in a coma / Walk up to the baddest b---- and tell her that I own her," he raps.

Tyga follows up with his cash-over-groupies rap verse. He spits, "I’m about my business and this b---- is temporary / I don’t give them love, try February / Money committed, swear this s--- be married / I get that cake, cake, cake, then I pop a cherry."

Sean's 'Detroit' mixtape should hold fans over until the upcoming G.O.O.D. Music album 'Cruel Summer,' which hits stores on Sept. 18. Afterward, Big Sean will release his still-untitled second album later in the fall.

Listen to Big Sean, 'Do What I Gotta Do' Feat. Tyga