Alternative-pop icon Lana Del Rey has just released her highly anticipated collaboration with Migos’ Quavo, entitled “Tough.”

Both artists embrace a playful nature in the song, which kicks off with twangy guitar riffs. Del Rey sings the opening verse before Quavo jumps in with trap beats at the one-minute mark, crooning, “Come on, take a ride with me / Like the 808s beatin’ in the trunk in Atlanta, it was tough.” Together with the track’s release, the duo also shared a music video for “Tough,” directed by Wyatt Spain Winfrey, who is known for his work with Migos on hits like “Why Not” and “Need It.”

The grainy visuals of the video capture both artists cuddling in sun-drenched landscapes as they share intimate moments in a field of tall grass and by a rustic cottage with an acoustic guitar. Other scenes from the video showcase Quavo at the wheel, with Del Rey by his side, amidst the sweeping backdrop of countryside views.

The long-awaited collaboration between the two serves as a preview of Del Rey’s upcoming country album, Lasso, which was announced earlier this year by the critically acclaimed singer-songwriter. Just last year, she also dropped her ninth studio album, Did You Know There’s A Tunnel Under Ocean Blvd., which earned nominations at the 2024 Grammy Awards for Album of the Year, Best Alternative Music Album, and Best Pop Duo/Group Performance for the single “Candy Necklaces,” featuring Jon Batiste.

As we anticipate Lana Del Rey’s forthcoming studio album, listen to her track “Tough” with Quavo below: