Warming up winter.

Noah is quickly becoming the collab queen.

She’s released a string of seriously good features this year, but sadly there’s no tentative release date for her forthcoming album, NC-17 (she’ll turn 18-years-old in January, so time’s running out). Her latest collab is with Norwegian DJ, Matoma, on a song titled “Slow,” the first official cut off the producer’s One In A Million LP.

“It’s three o’clock in the morning . No one can make me go home / ‘Cause no one’s waiting there for me,” Cyrus sings over Matoma’s tropical synths and warbly beat. “And I just can’t be alone / Your green eyes are a weapon / Shot a hole in my heart / Now I’m falling for the bad one / And I’m seeing signs.”

“She has so much soul and personality. I got in touch to work on a song with her, and we worked back and forth while I was in Norway and she was on the road. This idea for ‘Slow’ came together, and it felt super special,” Matoma told Billboard this week of the collab. Noah reflected that: “The song is lyrically so beautiful and the production brings it all to life,” she told the magazine.

Listen below:

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