DJ Mustard linked up with Nicki Minaj and Jeremih for his new single "Don't Hurt Me." The song is exclusively available on Tidal for the next seven days before becoming available on all platforms. The song features some classic DJ Mustard production, along with some fire raps from Nicki Minaj and a chorus contribution from Jeremih.

Mustard has been a bit quiet so far in 2016—at least compared to his usual output—but it looks like that is set to change with his new track. He also recently reconciled with his longtime friend and collaborator YG earlier this year. The pair had a bit of a falling out in 2015, but YG claims the beef was overblown. "That’s how it be sometimes when niggas is, like, homies and business. We solid. We A1," YG told The Fader.

Nicki has also had a fairly quiet 2016, although she did contribute a guest verse to Ariana Grande's album Dangerous Woman, which came out in May. Minaj appeared on the song "Side to Side." She's also been forced to speak out against her ex Safaree Samuels recently, after he brought a multi-million dollar lawsuit against her claiming to be heavily involved in the writing of her albums. Minaj claims he's nothing more than a jealous ex trying to get a slice of her fortune with false allegations.

Regardless, all of the artists are back to putting music at the forefront. If you're a Tidal subscriber, you can watch the animated video for DJ Mustard's "Don't Hurt Me" above. The audio is available for stream below.