Busta Rhymes Taps Missy Elliott & Kelly Rowland for Relentlessly Groovy 'Get It'

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Busta Rhymes attends The 59th Grammy Awards at Staples Center on Feb. 12, 2017 in Los Angeles.

Busta Rhymes and Missy Elliott's rap collaborations have resulted in some beloved tongue-twisting, hypnotizing grooves. The pair have appeared on each others' albums since the late '90s and Busta even helmed the intro and outro to Missy's groundbreaking 1997 effort Supa Dupa Fly.

But whether through their dynamic duo rapping, or acting gigs such as the latest Doritos Super Bowl commercial where the two talents train Morgan Freeman and Peter Dinklage in the art of blistering raps, their chemistry is undeniable.

That's why it made sense when Busta linked back up with Missy for his latest drop, the booming, Kelly Rowland-sampled "Get It" released today (Feb. 2). Busta took to Instagram to drop the track.

The pair showcased their incredible ability to rap casually and kick it into high gear just as quickly. The tracks' production is just as fierce, taking a loop of Rowland chanting, "Get it, get it, flip it, tip it, dip it," and adding a huge knock with a booming kick coupled with a roaring 808.

"Dressed, ready to impress, fresh up in my Louis suit/ Step up in the club, b**tches line up ready to salute," raps Busta, before taking it up a notch in pace. In between Rowland's hypnotizing hook, reminiscent of Busta's classic "Touch It," Missy wastes no time, kicking off her verse at 100 miles per hour. "Pop to the pop, drop like a drop top/ Everybody lookin' when I step into the spot/ See the way I rock, I'm hot you not/ Everybody wanna clock / man get off my jock," Elliott rapidly flows.

Listen to "Get It" below.