Donald Glover’s surprise collection of music includes an unexpected guest: his son.

It’s unclear which of his two sons are featured on the song reportedly titled “Don’t Worry About Tomorrow (The Violence),” which can be found on the website Donald Glover Presents.

In the track’s outro, Glover can be heard asking his son, “What do you love?” and his son responding, “I love.” Glover continues, “Who do you love? / Me?” To which his son answers, “Yeah.” “Any one else?” Glover asks. “Mom and Hulalo. And Santa / And I Love-and I love Roland / And I love myself,” his son says.

The 12-song album is presented as one long stream on the site, with “Don’t Worry About Tomorrow” appearing at the 51:20 mark. The project was mysteriously released in early Sunday morning, and includes features from SZA, 21 Savage, Ariana Grande, and the previously released single “Feels Like Summer.” Glover didn’t release the album under his musical alias, Childish Gambino.

The website also features a four-panel illustration that could be possible cover art options, and a text field that lets you submit text—perhaps as a way for fans to suggest album titles.

Gambino’s girlfriend gave birth to their first son Legend in 2017 and their second son in 2018. The younger child’s name has yet to be disclosed.