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Post Malone and The Weeknd have a collaboration coming out this week.
The 'Circles' hitmaker the 'Blinding Lights' star both shared an audio clip of the song in question, 'One Right Now', on their social media profiles.
And the former's manager, Dre London, unveiled the title of the track on his Instagram page and the release date of November 5, while he also teased that a "crazy" video will arrive at a later date.
Dre wrote: "What I couldn’t wait to tell the world. This Friday!! I’m excited for u to finally here what I been talking about!! @postmalone & @theweeknd ‘One Right Now’ #DreVision in full effect!! #Shutdown Ting!!! Crazy Movie. Video comes next week!!! (sic)"
For his client, the collaboration is Post's second song of the year, following 'Motley Crew', the lead single from the 26-year-old star's upcoming fourth studio album, which will be his first since 2019's 'Hollywood's Bleeding'.
Earlier this year, Post released a cover of Hootie and the Blowfish's 'Only Wanna Be With You' for the 25th anniversary of Pokemon.
And he's also guested on collaborator Ozzy Osbourne's ‘It’s a Raid’, plus Ty Dolla $ign‘s ‘Spicy’, Saweetie’s ‘Tap In’ remix, and Big Sean's ‘Wolves’.
As for The Weeknd, the 31-year-old megastar released 'Take My Breath', the first track taken from his follow-up to 2020's acclaimed LP 'After Hours', in August.
And the 'Can't Feel My Face' star has also featured on Kanye West‘s ‘Hurricane’, Doja Cat‘s ‘You Right’, and ‘Moth to a Flame’ with Swedish House Mafia.
The Weeknd - whose real name is Abel Tesfaye - recently revealed that the 'Don't You Worry Child' hitmakers were among the artists who have inspired his upcoming album.
And it doesn't look like it will be long before the record is released.
Referring to his upcoming HBO series 'The Idol', the music star revealed: “[W]e’re just kind of figuring out when to put it out. It’s been really cool, because I’m working on this album this summer simultaneously with the writer’s room for the new TV show."