Busta Rhymes returns to the rap game with a banger that's tailor-made for both the strip clubs and future twerking videos. Bussa-Buss' 'Twerk It' is a self-explanatory song produced by Pharrell Williams.

The rhymer adopts a Jamaican patois as he instructs the ladies to shake their moneymakers to the minimalist bass-heavy track.

"Walk like a champion / Scream like a stallion / With two big medallion / Good, your perfect / Show them the action / Bad gal concoction / Cool, relax man / Mmm hmm, them nervous," he chants.

It's been over a decade since the two actually worked together on a track. Their last collaborative songs were 'Pass the Courvoisier' and 'As I Come Back,' featured on Rhymes' 2001 album, 'Genesis.'

Lately, the 'Everything Remains Raw' emcee has been making the rounds on the Internet releasing a few new songs for online consumption. Rhymes can be heard on the turnt up single 'Shake It' (from Funkmaster Flex's 'Who You Mad At? Me or Yourself?' mixtape) and on Snoop Lion's reggae-tinged song 'Remedy,' from 'Reincarnated.'

His new album should drop sometime this year.

Check out Bussa-Buss' flow on the club-driven track below.

Listen to Busta Rhymes' 'Twerk It'