Could an Ariana Grande and Dua Lipa collaboration be on the way?

In the two years since Dangerous Woman, fans have been patiently awaiting more music from Grande, who's rumored to be releasing her fourth studio album later this year. And now, it seems like they're getting an early taste.

A 15-second snippet of a possible duet between the "Into You" singer and Lipa, who released her self-titled debut last year, made the rounds via Twitter on Friday (April 6). The track is reportedly titled "Bad to You," and features the women trading verses over seductive, dark-toned production. (You can hear the leaked snippet below, though it may be removed).

It's unclear whether the song is meant for Grande's record or as a single for Lipa, but Hits Daily Double also reported on Friday that Grande will be unveiling her first AG4 track on April 27.

Sources revealed to TMZ in March that Grande had finished recording the project, calling it a "personal" masterpiece. Pharrell, Max Martin, and Savan Kotecha are said to have produced the LP, with Grande co-writing every song for the first time.

She's also set to appear on Troye Sivan's as-yet-untitled sophomore effort, due out this spring, while Lipa is fresh off of Calvin Harris team-up "One Kiss."

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