Ice Spice‘s winning streak continues as Taylor Swift has revealed she’s recruited the Bronx native to appear on the remix to her 2022 track “Karma.”

Taking to social media on Wednesday (May 24) to announce the team-up, both artists shared that the unexpected collab would be arriving on Friday (May 26).

“karma ft me 5/26,” Spice wrote alongside the interstellar cover art featuring her and Swift in space, while Swift heaped tons of praise in Ice Spice’s direction, calling herself a “massive fan” of the burgeoning rapper and crowning her “the one to watch.”

“Um. SO much to tell you,” Swift began. “I’m a massive fan of this brilliant artist and after getting to know her I can confirm: she is THE ONE to watch.

“So delighted to say that Karma Featuring the incredible @icespicee_ will be out TOMORROW night at MIDNIGHT ET as a part of the new Midnights (Til Dawn Edition) deluxe album that you can pre-order now!”

Ice Spice replied: “Sweetest person ever thank u sm i love yuuuu.”

This marks the latest feat in the unfathomable year-plus run fueling Ice Spice’s meteoric rise to fame through the Hip Hop ranks.

Last month, the 23-year-old checked another dream collab off her bucket list when she united with Nicki Minaj for the “Princess Diana” remix, which allowed Ice Spice to nab her first No. 1 Hot Rap Song after appearing on the charts four previous times.

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The SUNY Purchase dropout also modeled for Kim Kardashian’s SKIMS shapewear line in the brand’s April campaign. Earlier this year, Ice Spice and PinkPantheress earned their first Hot 100 Top 10 hit with “Boys A Liar Pt. 2” reaching No. 3.

Meanwhile, Ice Spice has been commended for business acumen after it was revealed in her Billboard cover story earlier this month that she still owns her publishing and masters in her lucrative deal with Capitol Records and 10K Projects.

“No one on the label side touches the music,” said 10K co-president Zach Friedman. “There is no traditional A&R with her. No one’s picking beats, no one’s saying, ‘Do this, do that.’ It’s all her. We’re on her schedule.”