John Mayer's forthcoming new album, "Paradise Valley", will feature special guest appearance from girlfriend Katy Perry. According to Rolling Stone, the pop singer will collaborate with her beau in a country-tinged tune called "Who You Love".
On-again-off-again couple Mayer and Perry recently rekindled their romance. Early last month, Mayer dedicated a song to Perry after thanking her for patiently taking care of him when he was recovering from a major throat surgery.
Perry isn't the only musician to be featured in Mayer's anticipated new album as R&B singer Frank Ocean helps the 35-year-old singer for a song called "Wildfire". Ocean had collaborated with Mayer several times. Mayer served as collaborator in Ocean's "Pyramids" and accompanied him for a live performance on "Saturday Night Live".
In another interview with Rolling Stone earlier this year, Mayer praised the 25-year-old member of Odd Future Wolf Gang Kill Them All. "Frank is such an interesting, deep, touched, wonderful guy," Mayer said.
"They don't make a lot of other Frank Oceans, and the guy is looking for another. And the way that his mind works is craving the same frequency that he's able to communicate on, and I think he's just searching for that kind of depth that he has inside of himself in someone else. He's fascinating to me. He's so great," he continued.
Mayer's sixth studio album, "Paradise Valley", is slated to arrive on August 20.