As she continues to tease her independent debut PreludeLauren Jauregui has dropped off the next single from her upcoming project.

Titled “Scattered,” the slow-burning track features a guest appearance from Vic Mensa, who drops some meditative bars on what it’s like feeling scattered himself.

“It’s essentially about my mind being scattered. Vic heard it and felt it. I loved the idea of having a male perspective on assessing mental health,” Jauregui said of the track.

The new song comes on the heels of “Colors,” Jauregui’s previous single which was released just last week. Jauregui kept a relatively low profile prior to the release of “Colors,” but as she gears up to release Prelude, she admitted to Billboard that the long wait was partially due to her becoming okay with herself. 

“The song is a literal conversation,” she said of “Colors” to the publication. “When everyone is gone, it’s just you and I. You can paint on the wall, but you can’t erase them all. I’m letting myself know that no matter what is going on, I need to be okay with myself. You can’t run away from yourself, because all of your layers are still going to be there. You need to learn to see them and accept them.”

In a recent interview with Bustle, Jauregui also opened up about going fully independent from Sony and said the support of her fans has remained unwavering through everything. “They’ve known who I am for a long time,” she said to the outlet. “But now I can give them context to why they’ve been so adamantly sure about what I’m able to give them. Accolades and radio play, if it comes, I’m grateful because that all would be a testament to the actual sh*t I want to do in this world. But success, to me, I already have it.” 

Vic Mensa seems to be gearing up to release a new project too. He recently dropped off a new single titled “The Taste” featuring BJ The Chicago Kid and Papi Beatz. Mensa promoted the new single by sharing a cinematic montage to Instagram that followed him and his significant, all while his new single played in the background.

Check out “Scattered” above.