Former Cash Money Records rapper Juvenile has reunited with fellow labelmate and producer Mannie Fresh on the banging street track 'Power,' which features Rick Ross. The two haven't collaborated on a song together since the late '90s when 'Back That Azz Up' and 'Ha' were ruling the airwaves. A decade later, it looks like Juvie and Fresh have settled their beefs and are back to making hot street records.

On the song, the New Orleans native raps about the virtues of having power and how it pumps through his DNA. "Power is muscle, there ain't too many n----s with it / Money on my mind, I swear I wear it like a fitted / I'm pouring out my heart to be that n---a in the city / Homies in the hood already saying I done did it," he raps.

Meanwhile, Rick Ross goes in on the track offering his thoughts on the subject matter relating power to street credibility. "Power is something that you develop on the block / Pull up on a bad b---h sitting in a drop," he raps, adding, 'Money come with power and I think we got it mastered."

Juvenile's 'Power' is the latest single from his upcoming LP 'Rejuvination,' which hits retail on Dec. 13. It's good to see Juve and Fresh rejuvenate the hit-making magic once again on this buzz-worthy track.

Listen to Juvenile, 'Power' Feat. Rick Ross