Rick Ross and Drake have joined forces, once again.   

More than a month after releasing “Money in the Grave,” the frequent collaborators return with a new record titled “Gold Roses.” The track, which serves as an official single off Ross’ upcoming Port of Miami 2 project, was expected to arrive next month; however, the MMG boss confirmed an earlier release via Twitter on Thursday.

You can stream “Gold Roses” now on all major platforms.

Drake makes a mention of his friend Kevin Durant and the Achilles injury he suffered during the NBA Finals. "All smiles, Kevin Durant trials/Had to blow it on the court, I must have blew a milli'/I'm walkin' on all charges, that's my new Achilles," he raps on the track.

Drake dropped a KD achilles bar on “Gold Roses” 🤯 pic.twitter.com/ipBkxqOqBl

— Complex Sports (@ComplexSports) July 26, 2019

Drake also makes a future flex about the Raptors: "Tanenbaum know the logo on the jersey, it's gettin' purchased." Larry Tanenbaum is the chairman of Maple Leaf Sports & Entertainment, which owns the Toronto team. Here, Drizzy suggests he's going to buy up the sponsorship rights for the team's jersey, which is currently held by Sun Life Financial. 

For what it's worth, the OVO owl logo was featured on their training jerseys last season. Oh, and the team's practice facility was renamed OVO Athletic Centre.

Port of Miami 2 will hit streaming services Aug. 9, about 13 years after the original installment was released.

Port of Miami started me on this journey,” Ross wrote last month on Instagram. “It's only right I bring it back to where it all started. For my day ones to the new ones, this album is for you.”