Mary J. Blige Dishes on Her First-Ever Kanye West Collaboration for New Album: 'The Song is Crazy'

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Mary J. Blige performs at The Box on June 17, 2015 in New York City. 

The singer-and-actress describes West's work on the track like this: "He kills it."

It's true: Mary J. Blige and Kanye West collaborated on a track for her upcoming new album.

The performer, who is currently in New Orleans filming a role in the indie drama Mudbound opposite Carey Mulligan and Garrett Hedlund for director Dee Rees, confirmed in an interview with The Hollywood Reporter that she did, in fact, do a song with West. But she won't say what it's called. 

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"I don't want to give up the name of the song yet, but the album is mostly complete," Blige teases to THR. "But I absolutely got a chance to work with the great Kanye West. And the song is crazy — I can't wait for people to hear it." 

News first slipped out about their collaboration after Blige's A&R rep, Eddie Fourcell, said that her new album could feature a West song. No announcement has been made yet about Blige's new album, her first since 2014's London Sessions. But other artists who are expected on the disc are: Hit-Boy, DJ Camper, B.A.M. and Jazmine Sullivan, who told Billboard in May that she recorded a song with Blige.  

And while she didn't give away the title, Blige, who turned heads earlier this year playing Evillene in NBC's The Wiz Live!, did give a few details about what it sounds like. 

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"The flavor of the track starts off with piano keys. It’s very dramatic in the beginning and it goes into a loud horn. That is, like an old sample horn," she said. "And then this gigantic beat kicks in and I sing. He rhymes after my two verses. It's incredible. He kills it. I wish I could give you the title, you’d flip but I just can’t do it yet."

Fair enough. But be prepared to flip sometime in the coming months. 

This article originally appeared on The Hollywood Reporter.