On Friday, Calvin Harris is scheduled to release his new song called 'My Way'.
But, to build up anticipation for the follow-up to the summer's banger 'This Is What You Came For', the DJ has decided to make us play a guessing game.
Oh, Calvin. You trickster, you.
On Monday, the singer took to Twitter to ask his fans to guess which vocalist would feature on the upcoming track and is offering to give five correct guessers a signed back catalogue of his work and merchandise.
Now, we love free stuff (who doesn't?), so we've decided to drum up a list of potential singers that might be singing on the track:
Pretty unlikely? Well, maybe. But, the Scottish DJ recently told GQ that his tweets about his ex's recent relationship with Tom Hiddleston (RIP Hiddleswift) were done so with 'the wrong instinct'.
It's okay Calvin, you were hurting.
Besides, Taylor did write the lyrics for Calvin's last hit 'This Is What You Came For' so the duo clearly worked on a professional level.
Could a musical collaboration be the end of bad blood between the pair?
Yesterday, we reported that Miley Cyrus' little sister Noah has signed two record deals worth an estimated total of £263,000 and is currently working on some more material.
Could a Cyrus-Calvin collar be on the cards?
Seeing as they've already released two singles together ('I Need Your Love' and 'Outside'), it wouldn't be a surprise for these two friends to work together again – especially as Ellie has been taking a break as of late.
Earlier this summer, the DJ rapped along to the rapper's 'That Part' with Schoolboy Q in his kitchen in a video to Snapchat, knowing full-well of his ex's feud with Kanye.
However, we're not sure news of her ex partnering up with her enemy will go down well with Tay Tay.
Despite being on tour, the songstress has also admitted she's making new music across the globe.
The DJ attended the singer's 47th birthday in Vegas earlier this summer with Kim Kardashian, so they must be friends.
Besides, the last time J.Lo released new music was back in May with her single 'Ain't Your Mama' so it's about time we heard some more from 'Jenny From The Block', don't you think?
Come on, free merchandise!