As we have noted, 2017 is shaping up to be a big year for music, perhaps even on par with last year. And if we needed any further proof that this year is going to be a hit-filled extravaganza, Calvin Harris has teased what can only be an impending collaboration with Frank Ocean. Listen to the brief snippet below.

Appearing via Harris's Instagram of all places, the mysterious song serves as the soundtrack to Harris driving around in the sunshine. Which funnily enough is the perfect visual accompaniment to a song that already feels destined to score each one of the wistful summer nights we have ahead of us. Each one of the Instagram videos Harris posted have now been taken down, and neither his nor Ocean's team have confirmed any of the details, but it's too late. The hype train has officially left the station.

Revisit the video for Frank Ocean's "Nikes" below.

In other music news, Missy Elliott has surprised us all by dropping a new song and video for "I'm Better." Watch it right here.

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