Tory Lanez and Rick Ross produce the first strip club anthem of Fall 2016 with “Super Freaky.”

Every once in a while, Tory Lanez will surprise us.

The Toronto half-singer, half-rapper’s I Told You album is still getting plenty of rotation, but the true gems are often on young Lanez’s Soundcloud page. After all, it’s well documented at this point that Lanez’s remake of “Controlla” is an absolute beast.

Last Friday, Tory Lanez continued his #FargoFridays movement by dropping a new collab with Rick Ross entitled “Super Freaky.” As its artwork implies, it’s more homage to Rick James than it is Young Jeezy. That said, it’s just as worthy of the shake joint as “SupaFreak” was and continues to be.

Over a monstrous, snare-driven beat produced by Play Picasso, Reazy Renegade, and Lanez himself, “Super Freaky” coasts along for four minutes, with Lanez and Rozay sending up their praises to the talented women who go above and beyond sex-wise. Tory insists he can keep what she does for him behind closed doors a secret (“I won’t tell nobody what you do for me”), while Rick Ross proudly flaunts his woman and how well she wears the wealth (“B*tches stare at us while we super style,” Rawse can’t help but to brag). Get your dollars ready, as “Super Freaky” will almost certainly be played in your local strip club before the week ends.

Stream Tory Lanez’s single-in-the-making “Super Freaky,” featuring Rick Ross, for yourself down below.