Drake and Beyoncé's highly anticipated new collaboration has finally surfaced after snippets began appearing online. Following up their collaboration "Mine" from Beyoncé's self-titled fifth studio album from 2013, Bey returns the favor with a guest spot on a new song called "Can I."
The brooding, sensual track features slow-burning synth, ominous bass and touches of piano over which Drake sings "Bring you to the six where I really stay / Show you why I am the way I am / Tell you what I think my biggest flaw is / I try to be consistent but I can't."
Beyoncé interjects in between bars with her distinctive voice, alternating between singing "can I," "baby," and "can I before I turn the lights out."
The track, which may or may not be finished, apparently leaked thanks to Sal Houdini, who is also featured on the song. He learned the hard way that you can't share tracks this big without someone sharing it with the world.
"Wait what?... The fcuk just happened?!?! If you find the link please report it. I didn't mean to do this it was just for fun," he wrote on Instagram.
It is unclear as to whether this track will be featured on Drake's upcoming album Views from The 6 or whether it will show up in some other form, though the former seems more likely.
Drake first announced the collaboration last month. He told Four Pins for his Coachella profile that he had only two tracks confirmed for his Views From The 6 album and one of them featured Beyoncé.
Check out the song for yourself below, and let us know what you think in the comments section!