The first original song Bublé hasn't written for himself was co-penned by Meghan Trainor

By Dylan Kickham
Updated August 25, 2016 at 05:28 PM EDT
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Michael Bublé’s new album, out this October, has some unlikely collaborators. The jazz crooner got some help from Harry Styles and Meghan Trainor for a track on the new release Nobody but Me, confirming Styles’ first new music since taking a break from One Direction.

“For the first time ever I’ve recorded an original [song] that I didn’t write. It’s written by Meghan Trainor and Harry Styles,” Bublé said in an interview with ET Canada. “I know that sounds mind-blowing to people, but they’re talented; they wrote a song that I fell in love with, and that was it. I was going to set my ego aside and I was going to do what’s best for the record.”

The song, which the iTunes preorder reveals is entitled “Someday,” features Trainor as a vocalist as well, though it appears Styles is only attached as a writer. It is one of the three original tracks on the album, which is predominantly comprised of covers.

In the interview, Bublé goes on to heap praise on Trainor in particular, saying “she’s probably the most talented 21-year-old in the world.”

“She’s a great singer and entertainer,” Bublé said. “What they may not know is what an incredible writer she is, what an incredible musician she is, the fact that she’s a bad-ass producer.”