Gucci Mane and Lil Wayne join forces for a room-rattling collaboration on "Oh Lord." The track is set to appear on the upcoming The Birth of a Nation soundtrack, which will be released via Atlantic Records on September 30. 

The two rappers trade verses about their thrilling futures over moody, grumbling instrumentation. Guwop kicks the song off with some serious braggadocio, declaring "I'm rebellious and fearless, I laugh at failure / Dear Lord, oh Lord, please hear my prayer / I'm a prophet, a legend, I'm not beggin' / I'd rather die for my freedom than live like a peasant." 

Lil Wayne hops on the second verse, opening with a scathing Cash Money diss. “I gotta feed the family, but I had to leave the family / I cut off CMB, I’m an amputee,” he raps fiercely. Given the ongoing feud between Lil Wayne and former collaborator Birdman, it's no surprise that Weezy would jump at the opportunity to throw shade at his former record label. 

Other artists set to appear on the star-studded The Birth of a Nation soundtrack include Nas, 2 Chainz, and Vic MensaThe soundtrack is available for preorder on iTunes.

Check out the bombastic new track below.