Hear Gucci Mane, Nicki Minaj Reteam for Feisty 'Make Love'

Atlanta rapper's new single to appear on upcoming 'Droptop Wop' LP

Gucci Mane and Nicki Minaj reunite on record for the first time in seven years with "Make Love," the first single from Mane's upcoming 'Droptop Wop.'

Gucci Mane and Nicki Minaj reunite on record for the first time in seven years with "Make Love," the first single from Gucci Mane's upcoming Droptop Wop project.

"I'm dropping the hardest song of the year at midnight," Mane tweeted of the sparse, downbeat cut Thursday night. The track arrives just days after the rapper announced his first-ever tour.

"You think you're colder than me / You're more bipolar than me / You're talking crazy," Gucci raps. "I'm trying to book Beyonce for my wedding day/I'm the type of nigga to spend a million on a wedding cake."

Minaj appears on the second half of "Make Love" to deliver a feisty verse that takes aim at an unnamed challenger to her throne (with Remy Ma the rumored target). "You see, silly rabbit / To be the queen of rap / You gotta sell / You gotta get plaques / S, plural / Like the S on my chest / Now sit your ass down / You got an 'F' on the test," she says on the track.

Mane and Minaj last partnered for 2010's "Haterade," off Gucci's The Appeal: Georgia's Most Wanted.