Tame Impala's Kevin Parker & Mark Ronson Debut New SZA Collaboration

It went down at this year’s Governor’s Ball.

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Over the weekend, Tame Impala architect Kevin Parker and Mark Ronson stepped up to the stage at this year’s Governor’s Ball Festival for a joint DJ showcase. Performing at the renowned New York City event with a packed crowd in front of them, the pair delivered a set comprised of records from every relevant, significant genre and sub-genre. Most notably, the pair also debuted a new collaborative cut featuring TDE songstress SZA. At present time, the star-studded collaboration bears no title; however, the song reportedly belongs to a list of “eight or so new songs” Ronson and Parker have in their vaults. The record’s unveiling could not have come at a better time, as SZA is just a few days away from dropping her new studio album CTRL.

You can stream footage of Kevin Parker, Mark Ronson and SZA’s new track below. Previously, SZA dropped a new single titled “Broken Clocks.”

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