The Weeknd teams up with Daft Punk for 'Starboy'

Maeve McDermott

Just call him Starboy.

After guest-starring on Beyoncé's Lemonade with Six Inch, The Weeknd revealed that Starboy will be the follow-up to his 2015 breakthrough Beauty Behind the Madness, sharing the forthcoming album's title and cover on Twitter.

On Thursday, he shared the album's title track featuring Daft Punk.

Listen now, before it's all over the radio tomorrow:

(Warning: explicit language)

The new album features a comic book-esque cover — showing Abel Tesfaye sporting a buzz cut instead of his signature dreadlock-hawk — shot by Nabil Elderkin, a photographer and filmmaker who collaborated with the singer on his Twenty Eight video.

Other places you may have seen Nabil's work? John Legend's viral All Of Me video, for starters.

And the clip for Kanye West's Mercy.

(Warning: explicit language)

The singer teased a potential Daft Punk collaboration earlier this summer with a cryptic picture of two robots, a reference to Daft Punk's robot masks.

Starboy drops Nov. 25.