Trina and Nicki Minaj drop 'BAPS' and flip a 2000 classic

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Trina and Nicki Minaj have collaborated on a song that dropped Wednesday called "BAPS." | Getty Images

(CNN) — Trina and Nicki Minaj are ready for some new music.

The two rappers have collaborated on a song that dropped Wednesday called "BAPS." The four-minute New Orleans-styled beat is from Trina's upcoming album "The One," which is available this Friday.

The song samples from the 2000 song "Project B***," from the supergroup Cash Money Millionaires, which included the Big Tymer$ -- Birdman and Mannie Fresh -- and B.G., Juvenile, Lil Wayne and Turk from the Hot Boy$.

This isn't the first collaboration for the duo. Trina and Minaj have worked together before on hits, such as "5 Star (Remix)" and "Dang A Lang."

And Minaj is just one guest artist featured on Trina's 15-track album. Others include 2 Chainz, DJ Khaled, K. Michelle, Kelly Price and Lil Wayne.

Minaj released her album "Queen" last year and has teased her upcoming single "Megatron," which is set to drop on Friday.

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