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Rihanna’s new single “B—h Better Have My Money”—the one you looked for Thursday, couldn’t find, then found a 10-second snippet of on an app, then got mad at before realizing the whole thing was coming later, which then came on the radio and iTunes and now you can’t stop listening to—is a Kanye West beat. West served as co-produced on the track along with Roc Nation signee Deputy (whose worked with Wale and Sean Garrett).

“BBHMM” is the only other full project we’ve heard from the artist aside from her acoustic “FourFiveSeconds” collaboration with Sir Paul McCartney and Kanye West. She’s previewed a song called “Higher” on her Instagram, and her track “American Oxygen” is serving as the March Madness theme song for all promos, but it doesn’t use the track in full. Of the upcoming collection, she said she hoped to create a collection that was “timeless.”

Rihanna is confirmed to be performing “BBHMM” this Sunday at the iHeartRadio awards.