Mariah Carey has teamed up with legendary producers Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis to release a new single, “Somewhat Loved (There You Go Breakin’ My Heart),” out now.

The song is from Jam & Lewis’ upcoming debut studio album as recording artists, titled “Jam & Lewis, Volume 1.” Slated for a July 9 release, the album will also feature songs with Mary J. Blige, Charlie Wilson, Boyz II Men and Morris Day, Jerome Benton and The Roots, Toni Braxton and Heather Headley. The song was premiered by The Root.

“Somewhat Loved (There You Go Breakin’ My Heart),” written by Carey, Jam, Lewis and The-Dream, opens with Carey’s silky vocals laid over softly plucked strings before simmering into an upbeat, piano and bass-driven chorus. Of course, Carey’s signature sky-high whistle notes are layered throughout the bridge.

“We stood there alone / In that silent corridor / Those unspoken words / Conjure fixation / Capturing me,” Carey croons in the first verse, shortly before launching into the explosive chorus, “There you go / Breakin’ my heart, breakin’ my heart / Breakin’ my heart again / No such thing as lovers and friends.”

Throughout her career, Carey has worked with Jam & Lewis on over a dozen songs, including “Thank God I Found You,” “Can’t Take That Away (Mariah’s Theme),” “Through the Rain” and “Yours.”

“Working with Jimmy & Terry through the years has been one of the greatest creative journeys I’ve ever taken,” Carey said in a statement. “It’s a great honor for me to participate in this once-in-a-lifetime album!”

Earlier this week, Variety confirmed that Carey left Roc Nation Management to partner with Range Media.