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Gorillaz' sixth song off Humanz is here, and it brings together 39-year-old rapper/G.O.O.D. Music president/Clipse alum Pusha T and Mavis Staples, the renowned 77-year-old  soul and R&B singer. It's one of the record's more surprising collaborations, alongside Carly Simon teaming with young artist Kali Uchis.

Listen below for the very ill "Let Me Out," which would fit nicely on a Pusha solo album. It doesn't have an ambitious visual like the four-pack we got in March, but it stands on its own.

Previously we heard the Humanz tunes "Andromeda" featuring D.R.A.M., "Saturnz Barz" featuring Popcaan, "Ascension" feat. Vince Staples, "We've Got the Power" feat. Savages' Jehnny Beth and "Hallelujah Money" with Benjamin Clementine. Other big guests we're dying to hear include De La Soul, Grace Jones and Danny Brown. The album, Gorillaz' fifth, drops April 28.

And by the way, Damon Albarn already has at least 40 more partly finished Gorillaz songs.

Watch the god Pusha T talk to Fuse: