If you ever wondered what a Drake and Chris Brown collaboration would sound like, wonder no more. An unreleased song called ‘Yamaha Mama’ hit the Internet recently and it sounds really good. The song originally featured Soulja Boy, but on this version, his verses were removed (a wise decision).

On the infectious, 808-drum driven track, Drizzy is serenading the ladies and letting them know that he can be the best they ever had and is ready to get boo’d up. “I know you feel like a lot of things off-limits / At least let me describe what it can be / Be faithful, I’ll do that / Nah, really baby girl, I’ll do that / Cause everybody break up when they cake up / We could be the couple that’ll never go through that,” he sings.

Meanwhile, Breezy is on hook duties as he calls all the ladies to the year who want to be their potential suitors. “From the east to the west / Scream for me if you my number one lady,” he sings. “When it starts are you ready? / Take your marks and get steady / You know that it’s about to get heavy / But she’s a rider, a rider, my Yamaha Mama.”

There’s no word if Drake would actually release this as an official single. The song has the potential to be a big summertime anthem for the dynamic duo. Expect to hear this tune being play ad nauseam at your next barbecue party this summer.

Listen to Drake, ‘Yamaha Mama’ Feat. Chris Brown