Busta Rhymes and Missy Elliott make a great team.

After linking up in the Doritos and Mountain Dew Super Bowl ad, the legendary rappers have delivered a new single titled “Get It” assisted by Kelly Rowland.

Missy teased the song’s release on social media on Wednesday night along with the record’s cover art.

This isn’t the first time Busta and Missy have joined forces. The two have collaborated on a number of previous records, including 1998's “Get Contact,” 2008's “She's Fine,” and 2012’s “Why Stop Now (Remix).” Rowland and Missy also appeared together on Fantasia’s 2013 R&B track “Without Me.”

As of now, it’s unclear if this is a loosie or if it’ll land on a full-length Busta release. The 45-year-old rapper has been teasing his 10th studio album for the past year, reassuring fans it would arrive “soon.”

 

AAAARRRRGGGHHH!!! Album soon come... #THECONGLOMERATE

A post shared by Busta Rhymes (@bustarhymes) on Jul 23, 2017 at 11:31pm PDT

While we wait for more details about Busta’s long-awaited project, you can stream “Get It” now on Apple Music and iTunes or via Spotify below.