Sia drops teaser of Kanye West-produced track on Twitter

Sia has dropped a teaser for a new track co-written and co-produced by Kanye West.

Called "Reaper," Sia shared an 11-second teaser of the song on Twitter.

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The track, which drops January 7, is the second to be released off her forthcoming album "This is Acting," the Australian artist's seventh studio album.

The lead single "Alive" was released in September.

"This is Acting" drops Jan. 29.

NEW SONG: "Reaper" co-written & co-produced by @kanyewest. Drops 1.7.16 #ThisIsActing - Team Sia pic.twitter.com/wcdplrN458

— sia (@Sia) January 5, 2016


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