It’s been a long wait, but new music from Mariah Carey is finally here!
The Grammy winner dropped the first single off her highly anticipated new album on Wednesday, a savage breakup anthem called “GTFO.”
“You take my love for granted / you left me lost and disenchanted / bulldozed my heart as if you planned it,” Carey sings on the song, before repeating “How ’bout you get the f— out?” in its chorus.
Rather than displaying her usual powerhouse pipes, Carey keeps it cool and breathy on the track, which is produced by Nineteen85. Her tone perfectly matches the groove of the chill R&B beat. Together, they make for a sultry track — one that perfectly embodies Carey’s “I don’t know her” attitude.
“GTFO” is the first taste of new music fans have had from Carey in years. Her upcoming album, which will be Carey’s 15th studio LP, is the first she’s released since 2014. It’s slated for release later this year.
Another single off the record, called “With You,” is scheduled for an Oct. 5 release.
Meanwhile, the music video for “GTFO” will drop on Friday. The video is directed by Sarah McColgan, who has previously worked with Charli XCX and Kelly Clarkson.
Carey gave fans a sneak peek of it on Wednesday, tweeting out a clip. In it, she lounges in the dark around an empty house in a handful of revealing outfits, wine glass in hand.
This article originally appeared in PEOPLE.