Dreamville artist Bas has been performing some new material live recently, and one of the new tracks he's been previewing has gotten fans pretty excited in particular.

During a performance at Beekse Bergan in The Netherlands for Woo Hah! festival, Bas treated the audience to a tease of an unreleased collaboration with Dreamville boss J. Cole.

In the clip which a J. Cole fanpage has shared on Instagram, Cole can be heard rapping rapidly over a minimal beat. It sounds like the pair have another memorable collaboration on the way from the preview, but it's unclear as to when we can expect to hear the full song. Cole and Bas previously collaborated on the latter's 2016 album Too High to Riot with the song "Night Job," as well as 2014's "My N***a Just Made Bail" off Last Winter.

Bas broke a two-year silence back in April to share the first single from his third studio album titled "Pinball II," and he followed it up last month with the ASAP Ferg-featuring "Boca Raton." The Queens rapper has promised that when he's finished with his tour in Europe, fans can expect to get a release date for the currently untitled project.