Following the recent announcement of their upcoming jazz album – Cheek to Cheek, out September 23 – Tony Bennett and Lady Gaga released a single off the record, titled "Anything Goes." And due to the immense excitement of the announcement, and the sheer likeability that the single holds, the duo have found themselves sitting comfortably at No. 1 on Billboard's Jazz Digital Songs chart, Billboard reports.

According to the Nielsen SoundScan, the song sold 16,000 downloads in the week ending on Aug. 3.

As a cover of Cole Porter's famed tune, Gaga and Bennett's version of "Anything Goes" is rather flawless, proving that the two artists' voices are the perfect blend for jazz. 

Listen to Bennett and Gaga's "Anything Goes" below:

While fans were thrilled at the news, the "Born This Way" singer herself appeared incredibly eager to spread the word. She took to Twitter last week to give her partner a little shout out, stating, "I'm so proud and I love you darling!" Check out her tweet below:

Of course, as great as the announcement is for the two, it isn't the first time they've have had a No. 1 hit. They previously held the Jazz Digital Songs spot for three weeks back in 2011 with their single "The Lady Is a Tramp," which was off of Bennett's Duets II album.