Beyonce is back at it, this time lending her voice to a new single from The-Dream. Called "Turnt," the track also enlists the vocal stylings of rapper 2 Chainz.
Teased Tuesday morning, "Turnt" has Beyonce singing, "Loving everything you do, baby I'm in love with you" after a chorus of "turned up" -- take a listen above. (Sidebar for non-Twitter using readers: "Turned up" is a phrase that means "excited," "ready to party" or "partying.")
"Turnt" is the latest single off of The-Dream's upcoming fifth studio album, "IV Play." A longtime-collaborator of Beyonce's, The-Dream also worked with Jay-Z, Big Sean, Kelly Rowland, and Pusha T for his new album. Born Terius Nash, The-Dream is highly successful behind the scenes and has penned hit songs including Rihanna's "Umbrella" and Beyonce's "Single Ladies." "IV Play," his latest venture on the mic, hits stores on May 28.
Also releasing new music this week was Beyonce's younger sister, Solange. The 26-year-old singer worked with rapper Kendrick Lamar for "Looks Good With Trouble," the new single off of her "True" EP. The critically acclaimed "True" is Solange's first release since her 2008 studio album, "Sol-Angel and the Hadley St. Dreams." Take a listen to "Looks Good With Trouble" below.