Akon has shared the official music video for "Get Money," a Latin-infused single he released under his moniker El Negreeto.

The song features Puerto Rican artist Anuel AA, and finds Akon oscillating between Spanish and English while flexing on his haters.

He sings in the first verse:

Ellos me fantasmearon y yo se los acosté
Lit a candle up for my n**a
Still win, but used to break bread
Compré 20 rifles then I smashed it all in your bae
Tú mujer me secuestro/Manejando me lo mamó." ​​

"I have a lot of respect for Anuel and I'm glad we had the opportunity to collaborate," Akon told Complex.

You can check out the "Get Money" visual via YouTube above. The song, produced by WAV, will land on Akons' long-awaited fourth studio album also titled El Negreeto. It's scheduled to drop Aug. 30.

El Negreeto will mark Akon's first studio album since 2008's Freedom. Though he's been relatively quiet on the music front, the 46-year-old has remained busy with his various philanthropic efforts and his very own cryptocurrency called Akoin.

"What you’re investing in is the future of Africa, when you invest in Akoin," he said during a 2018 appearance on Revolt TV's Drink Champ series. "I realized that this crypto is going to be the future in currency. I just watch how things changed drastically in time to digital […] Crypto is going to become the next digital currency. So if you don’t invest in that now, if you don’t see that coming, you’re a fool."