Rapper Curren$y is back on his jet-set life and is working on his new mixtape titled 'New Jet City.' The first offering from the collection is this Lex Luger-produced track called 'Choosin' featuring Wiz Khalifa and Rick Ross.

On the bouncy, bass-heavy track, the New Orleans rhyme-spitter boasts about bagging fly honeys and waving bye-bye to the haters while driving his vintage car. "I don't hide, bitch, I'm high when I'm in public / Even in my everyday ride, I be stuntin' / This is nothing really, you should see me Sunday / I'm from New Orleans love you now how I'm comin'," he raps.

Wiz follows suit with his weeded-out rhymes, while the Bawse man gets reflective about his days as a street hustler.

Interestingly, this isn't the first time this rap trifecta appeared together on a song. Ross grabbed Wiz and Curren$y for his 2010 'Super High (Sativa Remix),' which sparked rumors that both Wiz and Spitta were going to join Rozay's then-burgeoning Maybach Music Group label.

Curren$y plans to release his 'New Jet City' mixtape on Super Bowl Sunday, which is Feb. 3. The collection will feature cameos from Jadakiss, French Montana and Juvenile.

Listen to Curren$y's 'Choosin'' Feat. Wiz Khalifa & Rick Ross