Rappers T.I. and Lil Wayne brag about how they get loose in the club on their collaborative single, 'Ball.' The certified club banger will appear on T.I.'s upcoming album 'Trouble Man.'

Over an updated New Orleans bounce sound, created by hit-makers Rico Love and Earl & E, the dynamic duo boasts how they are popping bottles and babes in the club.

"Hoppin’ out of Lambos and Ferraris in this b---- / Poppin’ bottles with a thick red super model b---- / They may talk a lot of that but they can't do a lot of this," Tip raps. Later, adding, "A lot of n----s rapping, ain’t none this raw / They like, eh look at T.I., ballin’ in the V.I. / Bunch of bad b----es looking like Aaliyah."

Meanwhile, Weezy is being too vain when he spits, "I'm a good looking rapper, I ain't trying to stunt / I'ma fire up my blunt like Donald Trump." He then tosses probably one of the weakest pick-up lines ever, "Can a n---a stick his key up in ya back door?" No bueno, Tunechi.

“It’s a dope record. It’s high energy, party, Southern club, fancy s---,” T.I. tells Rap-Up about the dance-floor burner. According to reports, the song will officially impact radio on Tuesday (Oct. 16) with the video premiering via the Internet on Oct. 22. The clip was filmed in Wayne's hometown of New Orleans.

T.I.'s 'Trouble Man' album will bounce in stores on Dec. 18.

Listen to T.I., 'Ball' (Feat. Lil Wayne)