Selena Gomez just dropped a new track called “Fetish” and none other than Gucci Mane joins her for a verse. Watch its video, featuring a single close-up shot of Selena, below.

The trap-influenced song was first teased at the end of the music video for “Bad Liar,” Gomez’s previous single, which might be about The Weeknd, and one of our Best Tracks of 2017 so far. Both tracks will feature on her forthcoming album SG2, due sometime this year.

Gucci Mane is not the first rapper Gomez has recruited for a feature. Fetty Wap was included in the remix for “Same Old Love” and A$AP Rocky joined her on "Good For You."

Revisit “Bad Liar” below.

In other music news, Lana Del Rey just shared two new tracks featuring A$AP Rocky and Playboi Carti. Listen to them right here.

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