Scottish DJ and musician Calvin Harris announced Wednesday that he is collaborating with Rihanna for his forthcoming single “This Is What You Came For.” The music producer, who also Taylor Swift’s boyfriend took to Twitter and teased his fans with the news. The new track is set for a Friday release.

The 32-year-old musician tweeted that he would share the details of the new track in a few hours. After a few hours, Harris shared the cover of the track. To support her boyfriend, Swift took to Instagram and shared the same cover art shared by the former and wrote, “OMG.”

The track is slated for release on Friday (April 29). It comes just days after Drake is expected to release his highly anticipated album, “Views From the 6.” Rihanna meanwhile made a surprise appearance at Harris’ weekend 1 Coachella set.

The duo first collaborated in 2011 with “We Found Love” and “Where Have You Been.” The first track was written and produced by Harris while the second one was co-written and co-produced by Harris. The dance hit “We Found Love” was from RiRi’s sixth album “Talk That Talk.”

The tracks were No. 1 and No. 5, respectively on the Billboard Hot 100. The 10-week run at No. 1 for “We Found Love” is Rihanna’s longest stint at the top of the Hot 100. In 2013, “We Found Love” won a Grammy for best short form music video and “Where Have You Been” was nominated for best pop solo performance.

This past week has been a treat for music lovers all over the world as Beyonce dropped her sixth studio album, "Lemonade" over the weekend. This was right after her special visual presentation on HBO. Besides, Bey also kicked off her Formation World Tour in Miami on Wednesday night.

Beyonce thanked her “beautiful husband” Jay Z, shared a touching story about their daughter Blue Ivy and also paid tribute to Prince.