Swizz Beatz has previewed another banger off his upcoming album.

During a Friday performance in Berlin, Germany, the 38-year-old producer shared a snippet of a track featuring Jadakiss and Styles P.

"I’m going to play a record that ain’t nobody ever heard," he tells the crowd. "Not even in America!"

The track, which debuted during Bacardi x The Dean Collection Present: No Commission, samples Gap Mangione's 1968 "Boys With Toys." If the instrumental sounds a little familiar, it’s because it was also used in Talib Kweli’s 2002 song "Shock Body."

Though fans are still waiting for more information about Swizz’s upcoming album, the Bronx native has held them over by teasing a number of cuts via social media. In late 2016, he posted a series of now-deleted Instagram videos, which featured tracks with names like Young Thug, 2 Chainz, French Montana, Teddy Sinclair, and Giggs. There’s no indication of when the project will drop, but it’s clear the man is sitting on some heat.

During Battle of the Beats back in February, Swizz also debuted an unreleased track featuring Jay Z, Nas, DMX, and Jadakiss. Fans, understandably, lost their collective minds over the song, with many wondering if it was old or new. Some suspected it would land on DMX’s rumored comeback album, which will be executive produced by Swizzy himself.

All we can do now is wait and see. While we hold our breath for more Swizz tracks to drop, you can listen to a snippet of Jadakiss and Styles P’s collaboration above.