The song arrives on the heels of Cyrus' twerk-filled MTV VMA performance and the inclusion of word 'twerk' in Oxford Dictionary.
Miley Cyrus and Justin Bieber's collaboration has made its way out online, Us Weekly reports. In the track called "Twerk", both singers are joined by Bieber's bestie Lil Twist to sing about the booty-shaking dance, which Cyrus has been really into.
The upbeat track features the former "Hannah Montana" star singing, "I came up in this party/ Time to twerk." Bieber then can be heard belting out, "Hey pretty girl, tell me your name/ The way that you move, baby I'm happy you came."
"Baby we can take it slow/ Don't need nobody to know/ Let me see you get out on the floor now/ We gon' party all night until it's over," he adds.
Cyrus and Bieber's collaboration was first teased by Twist. Back in June, he took to Twitter to share the artwork for the single, which sees Cyrus twerking while dressing up in a unicorn onesie from her video that went viral earlier this year.
This is the perfect timing for the song to leak. It arrived on the heels of Cyrus' twerk-filled MTV VMA performance and the inclusion of the word "twerk" in Oxford Dictionary. Of the latter, Cyrus is believed to have helped the word to be added to the popular dictionary.
"We had enough evidence of usage frequency in a breadth of sources to consider adding it to our dictionaries of current English," Katherine Connor Martin from Oxford Dictionaries said of the inclusion. In the online version of the dictionary, "twerk" is defined as a "dance to popular music in a sexually provocative manner involving thrusting hip movements and a low, squatting stance."