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Ahead of the release of her new mixtape Secure this Friday, Stefflon Don has shared a brand new song – "What You Want" featuring Future. Stream it in all its melancholic glory below.

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"What You Want" sees the U.K. rapper effortlessly straddling the rap worlds of her home country as well as the U.S., and Future comes through with the ad-libs and a heartfelt, autotuned verse. Preorder Stefflon Don's Secure mixtape here and check out the tracklist below, with features from DJ Khaled, Popcaan, and more.

01. "Lil Bitch (Intro)" 02. "Jellio" 03. "Finesse" 04. "Interlude" 05. "What You Want" ft. Future 06. "Pretty Girl" ft. Tiggs Da Author 07. "Uber" ft. Ebenezer 08. "Precious Heavy" 09. "Both Ways" ft. Fekky 10. "Crunch Time" 11. "Favourite Girl" ft. Haile 12. "Hurtin’ Me (The Remix)" ft. Sean Paul, Popcaan & Sizzla 13. "Senseless" 14. "Regular" 15. "Win" ft. DJ Khaled 16. "Free Drip Tony Montana (Online)"

Revisit "Lil Bitch (Intro)" below.

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In other music news, watch CupcakKe juggle her lovers with ease in her new video for "Blackjack."

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