Drita has been known to fight with her fists on Vh1's hit reality series "Mob Wives" (Sundays at 8 p.m. ET), but in this week's episode, she tries her hand at a different kind of battle: rapping.
In this exclusive sneak peek below, Drita gets in the studio to record a hip-hop track for Bad Boy Records, founded by Diddy.
"I've been rapping ever since the day I was walking, but I've never been in a recording studio," she explains.
But as she struggles to nail her rhymes -- which include the line, "Red bottoms, bitch/ Baddest in the club/ I'm no golfer/ But I'm known to keep a couple clubs" -- she realizes it's not as easy as people think.
"Sending a rap to Bad Boy is absolutely no f---ing joke," Drita says.
Do "Real Housewives" Kim Zolciak's "Tardy For the Party" and Countess LuAnn's "Money Can't Buy You Class" have some more competition?
Take a look at Drita in the studio below and tune into "Mob Wives," this Sunday at 9 p.m. ET on Vh1 for more "Taking the Rap."