For her long-teased debut solo single, Fifth Harmony's Ally Brooke has enlisted comeback debate initiator Tyga.

 

Low key you should really get to know me... #LowKey ft @tyga 1/31 🔑

A post shared by Ally Brooke (@allybrooke) on Jan 24, 2019 at 10:00am PST

Brooke's "Low Key" is the first released track from her upcoming debut solo album, due later this year via Latium and Atlantic. The track was co-written with John Ryan, Teddy Geiger, and Julian Bunetta. For the video, she grabbed director Mike Ho, who's previously helmed visuals for Cardi B, Teyana Taylor, and more.

"People never really got to see to the true me," Brooke said in a press release of embarking on this new chapter. "Now just being able to have my own freedom of being an artist is the most incredible feeling in the world."

Catch the Tyga-featuring new video up top. To add the track to your Apple Music collection, click below.

The new Ally Brooke single follows Tyga's previously released 2019 collab with G-Eazy and Rich the Kid, the DJ Snake-produced "Girls Have Fun." This year has also given us the video for his solo "Floss in the Bank" single, which arrived amid the early days of Soulja Boy's comeback debate.

"I don't look for the pat on the back," Tyga told Billboard last year when talking comebacks. "Hopefully the universe sees that and blesses me, which I feel like is kind of happening... which is weird."