Selena Gomez is bringing new music with “Reggaeton” singer J Balvin. Titled “I Can’t Get Enough,” the new collaboration will also feature Benny Blanco and Tainy, who is also the producer of the anticipated track.

Gomez announced the collaboration on Feb. 20 via Instagram, revealing that the new music will drop on Thursday at 5 p.m. PT. In the said Instagram post, Gomez gave her fans a first glimpse of the promo photo for the project, featuring her, Balvin, Blanco and Tainy on a bed.

Speaking with Entertainment Tonight following a rehearsal performance for Premio Lo Nuestro at the AmericanAirlines Arena in Miami, Florida, on Wednesday, Balvin told Denny Directo, “‘Can’t Get Enough’ is the name of the song. Produced by Tainy, you know he’s a great producer, Benny Blanco and yes, me and Selena.”

“She’s amazing! Such a humble girl. Great person. I’m really happy she’s the way she is,” he added.

In a separate interview, Balvin also revealed that it was Tainy who invited him to be part of the new song. He also expressed his confidence in the project, saying that it will be a worldwide hit.

“Can’t Get Enough” is Gomez’s latest project following her previous collaboration with Julia Michaels, which made it to her release titled “Inner Monologue Part I.” The said low-key duet with Michaels lasted three and a half minutes and was meaningful for both artists, who have had their own share of mental struggles in the past.

Gomez made headlines last year after her ex-flame Justin Bieber married Hailey Baldwin. Reports about the surprise wedding reportedly triggered Gomez’s anxiety and depression. More recent reports suggest that she has already completed her treatment and is now focusing on her mental health.

Meanwhile, Balvin is set to perform on Thursday at the Premio Lo Nuestro in honor of Daddy Yankee. The upcoming performance is a special one for Balvin, who claimed in an interview that Daddy Yankee was the one who inspired him to be where he is right now. “He was the one who, like, really showed us the light to follow that lead,” he said.