Miley Cyrus didn't just gather a gang of rappers for Bangerz; she's willing to play guest star as well. On Monday night French Montana let loose the Miley-assisted remix for his club-happy single "Ain't Worried About Nothin'."

The two first previewed the track back in August via a video posted on Cyrus' Facebook page and finally released the full version which begins with Miley rapping her verse. "Broke the record on the day I dropped my video/ I got three thick girls in my video," she delivers in a sing-song rap tone.

Cyrus goes on interpolating Migos' oft-used "Versace" flow before she ends with an ode to her own booty-shaking. "In my all white like French Montana/ Oh sh--, there goes Hannah Montana/ Actin' like a little southern girl, now I'm twerking like I grew up in Atlanta," she rhymes.

French's rhymes remain the same, but he did add something new to "FU," a dramatic breakup anthem from Cyrus' Bangerz album. "Oh man, I was in L.A. and she happened to be doing the 'Ain't Worried About Nothin'' for me and she came by the studio," French told us last month. "She was letting me hear her album, which is crazy, and we was going through a couple tracks to see which one I fit on. Then she played the 'FU' one and I fell in love with it.

"We just went in there, we did it. We did it together. She kind of showed me the ideas of the video, how she wanted to shoot the video and everything," he continued. "I fell in love with that record. She's a genius."