Jamila Woods and Chicago producer and musician oddCouple collaborated on a new single called “Reflections” and released it with a new video directed by New Trash Crew. “Reflections” will appear on oddCouple’s new album of the same name, which will be released later this spring. Check out the song below.

“From the texts to the images, ‘Reflections’ serves as both a personal thesis and a return to the foreground for me,” said oddCouple in a press release. “It’s only right that after years of working on this album and growing so much as a person, I can do this with my most trusted collaborator, Jamila.”

Earlier this week, Woods also teamed up with Peter CottonTale on “Breathe My Name,” a song from Moog Music’s new EP, Explorations in Analog Synthesis.

Since the release of their second album LEGACY! HERITAGE! In 2019 Woods also worked with Bruce Hornsby on his non-secure connection track “Bright Star Cast” and Gabriel Garzón-Montano on a remix of “Someone”. Last summer she published the Toni Morrison-inspired “SULA (Paperback)”, which she updated a few weeks later with “SULA (Hardcover)”. She contributed a Slot-A remix of “HEAVN” to a compilation that benefits voters’ rights.

Zach Henderson, the man behind the oddCouple name, produced songs on Woods’ debut album HEAVN 2016. His next album will follow his OddCouple debut Liberation.