Doja Cat might have dropped yet another No.1 remix. Just weeks after dropping her chart-topping "Say So (Remix)" with Nicki Minaj, the artist linked up with The Weeknd for an official remix of his track "In Your Eyes."

The two began not-to-subltly teasing a collaboration yesterday in a series of tweets. Doja asked her fans to guess which artist she would be dropping something with next, with the options being a bunch of made-up names and The Weeknd. On his end, The Weeknd confirmed the collab to his fans, sharing Doja's tweet of the song title.

"In Your Eyes" was one of the lead singles off the Canadian pop star's After Hours album. For the remix, Doja lends her vocals to the up-beat pop track in a lengthy verse. Fans understandably lost it to hear the two larger-than-life artists on one track. Stream the "In Your Eyes" remix below and then scroll down to read some of the best fan reactions.

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