• Sabrina Carpenter said she collaborated on a song with Joshua Bassett titled "We Both Know"
  • Carpenter revealed she and Bassett worked on the track "a while ago"
  • Bassett wrote the song and reached out to Carpenter to see if she was interested in working with him

Sabrina Carpenter and rumored boyfriend Joshua Bassett may soon release a song together.

Carpenter confirmed during an interview with that she has collaborated with the "High School Musical: The Musical: The Series" star on a track titled "We Both Know." She described the song as something that is very special to her.

"I can't say too much and it's on his project so I'm like, I don't want to say too much that I can't say," Carpenter said Wednesday. "But it's a collaboration very dear to my heart that I'm very excited about."

She added that they worked on the track "a while ago." However, she did not reveal any more details and only told fans, "I guess you'll have to see."

Bassett earlier opened up about their collaboration during his interview with Febre Teen. He revealed that he reached out to Carpenter after writing the song to see if she was interested in working with him on it.

"I sent her a quick message and was like, 'Hey I think you're really awesome and I have this song I think you would sound great on, let me know what you think,'" he recalled. "And she responded like ten minutes later, gave me her number, and I sent her the song. Fortunately, she liked it so we got together in the studio and it was just a blast to make.”

Carpenter and Bassett's collaboration announcement comes not long after they became involved in a fan-made musical feud involving his "High School Musical" co-star and rumored ex, Olivia Rodrigo.

When Rodrigo released her single "Drivers License," some thought she was throwing shading at Carpenter and Bassett in the lyrics, which mentioned an ex and how he's "probably with that blonde girl."

Weeks later, Carpenter released her single titled "Skin," in which she sings, "Maybe you didn’t mean it/ Maybe blonde was the only rhyme." This led some fans to speculate that Carpenter's song was her response to Rodrigo's single, but the former has since denied it.

"People can only get to you if you give them the power to," she explained, adding, "And a lot of people were trying to get to me. the song isn’t calling out one single person. some lines address a specific situation, while other lines address plenty of other experiences I’ve had this past year."

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Sabrina Carpenter is pictured performing during WE Day Minnesota at Xcel Energy Center on Sept. 20, 2016 in Minnesota. Getty Images