Cash Cash has unleashed a power-pop collaboration, bridging artists from EDM, pop and hip-hop, titled "Devil." The New Jersey producer/DJ trio grabbed Busta Rhymes, B.o.B and Neon Hitch to provide bars and vocals on their biggest collaboration to date.

Neon Hitch open up with the hook, espousing a live-in-the-moment type of attitude trying to get rid of someone in a toxic relationship. "But now I'm f*cking rocking, living in the moment / Shoulda known that you would bring me down / Yeah, I been dancing with the devil, oh oh oh oh" the signer croons.

She then turns things over to B.o.B, who handles the first verse as pitched down horns from the production trio come into play. Bobby Ray flows over the beat effortlessly about some superficial woman who makes him out to be the bad, but is still so seductive. "She just moving lips, moving lips / Talking 'bout stupid sh*t, stupid sh*t / And she don't know how to keep the man / But she can move them hips, move them hips," he raps.

After another chorus by Neon Hitch with some 808s and snare rolls from Cash Cash, Busta comes in to lay down some bars about some female who dances just the way he likes it. This is Busta's second big DJ collab after releasing the vocal mix of "C'Mon" (named after the vengeance sample found in the song) with Tiësto and Diplo.

Cash Cash have produced possibly their biggest hit yet, after tracks like "Take Me Home" and "Surrender" that became quite successful on the radio several months after they were released.

Listen to "Devil" below and purchase it on iTunes via Big Beat Records.