Today we were finally blessed with another Kanye West and Bon Iver collaboration. This time Francis and the Lights reunited the prolific artists on his new track "Take Me to the Light."

The track assembles familiar elements from the three artists' repertoire. Over a lush '80s-inspired synths, Francis and the Light's voice is fearlessly front and center, with Bon Iver's Justin Vernon melodically unfolding the song with him. West bounces off their harmonious duet with a victorious Sunday Service-esque rhyme, giving the line "You gon' take me to the light" a gospel resonance. Listen to the track below.

This is the latest official feature we've heard from Kanye, leading up to his album Jesus Is Kingwhich reportedly drops September 27.

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