Aubrey O'Day Records Eddie Murphy Cover With Young Money Producer

'Can't wait for you guys to hear it!' O'Day tweeted about the song.

Aubrey O'Day took some time out of her busy "Peepshow" rehearsals to work with Young Money's Shanell Woodgette for a cover of Eddie Murphy's 1985 hit "Party All the Time."

O'Day worked with Maestro on the production and, according to Celebuzz, she even wrote a new bridge for the song. O'Day posted a link to the track on her Twitter page.

This isn't Woodgette's first collaboration with one of the [artist id="2400155"]Danity Kane[/artist] ladies — Shanell is actually "Making the Band" alum D. Woods' sister and has written songs for the group, including "Key to My Heart" off their Welcome to the Dollhouse album. She also penned Lil Wayne's "Prom Queen."

O'Day also recently revealed her love of all things Eddie Murphy when she tweeted that one of his classic flicks is on her favorite movies list. " 'Coming to America' is on, one of my favorite movies!!!!!!!" she wrote.

In addition to the song, O'Day is also gearing up to make her debut in "Peepshow" this September in Las Vegas. The former "Hairspray" star told MTV News that she was looking forward to the part. "I'm about to take a huge star's position in a Vegas show that just opened," she said. "And coming with me will be reality-show cameras, of course ... I'm starting to film my reality show, hopefully coming out in October."