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Listen To Beyoncé's New Coldplay Collab 'Hymn For The Weekend'

'She was in and out in five minutes.'

Queen Bey is officially in the Coldplay house.

Beyoncé's collaboration track from the band's seventh (and final?) album, A Head Full Of Dreams, is finally here and, as promised by lead singer Chris Martin, B sounds a little different than how we're used to hearing her.

As in, she's not the lead vocalist on this track -- which basically sounds like Coldplay's version of "Drunk in Love," if you ask us -- although she does kick things off with the dreamily instructive lyrics, "Drink from me, drink from me/ Oh ah oh ah/ Then we'll shoot across the sky/ Symphony."

"Hymn for the Weekend" debuted on Annie Mac's BBC radio show Monday (Nov. 30), and Coldplay bassist Guy Berryman dialed in after the song aired to talk about his brush with royalty.

According to Berryman, Chris Martin originally wanted the song to be a party jam with lyrics like "drinks on me, drinks on me," but his bandmates didn't think that would go over too well with their fanbase.

"Then the whole story of the song changed and then he asked Beyoncé to sing on it, and she very kindly said she would," Berryman said. "It was amazing. She came in, she did her thing. She's unbelievably professional. I think she was in and out in five minutes. And we're just so blessed to have her sing on one of our songs."

Listen to the new tune below!

A Head Full Of Dreams hits shelves on Dec. 4.