King Princess & Mark Ronson Drop Steamy Cover Of The Turtles' 'Happy Together': Listen

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Mark Ronson and King Princess perform onstage at the 66th Annual BMI Pop Awards at Regent Beverly Wilshire Hotel on May 8, 2018 in Beverly Hills, Calif.

With King Princess readying her debut album on Mark Ronson's Columbia imprint Zelig Records, the fast-rising alt-pop artist and the super-producer combined forces for a cover of an old '60s standby. 

It's The Turtles' "Happy Together," the 1967 psych-rock No. 1 hit that's been covered by many, many artists since -- most recently Weezer on last year's Teal Album and My Chemical Romance's Gerard Way and Ray Toro for the former's Umbrella Academy Netflix series. 

On this brand new cover, King Princess takes lead vocals, delivering the lovey-dovey ode with a sultry tinge over Ronson's simmering, downtempo beat. 

Aside from signing her to his label, Ronson also collaborated with King Princess earlier this year on "Pieces of Us," a track off his 2019 solo album Late Night Feelings

King Princess' debut album Cheap Queen is out Oct. 25. The artist born Mikaela Straus also recently signed a worldwide publishing deal with Sony/ATV

Listen to "Happy Together" below.

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