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Ed Sheeran and Justin Bieber have dropped a strong contender for song of the summer.

On Thursday, the Grammy-winning singers released their much anticipated “I Don’t Care” single—their first collaboration since 2015’s “Love Yourself.”

Sheeran and Biebs have been teasing the record since late March, sharing snippets, lyrics, and photos from what appears to be a music video set.

“I Don’t Care,” produced by Max Martin, Shellback, and FRED, is available now on all major platforms.

Bieber ended his music hiatus last month, when he made a surprise appearance during Ariana Grande’s Coachella set. The 25-year-old singer performed his “Sorry” hit and teased his next full-length effort.

"By the way, album coming soon,” he told fans.

It was exciting news for Beliebers who have been waiting on new music for minute; however, sources say the project isn’t expected to arrive until 2020.