Blackpink are officially in Dua Lipa's area... and on her album.

The pop star and high-charting South Korean girl group recorded a collaboration for the forthcoming deluxe edition of Lipa's self-titled debut album, out next month.

Lipa confirmed the team-up early Tuesday morning (September 4), announcing the surprise collaboration, called "Kiss and Make Up," on Twitter, along with the record's full track list.

The track will be one of three brand new songs on the 2-disc album.

YG Entertainment, Blackpink's label, confirmed the news of the collaboration to Billboard.

Back in May, two members of Blackpink, Jennie and Lisa, attended the English pop artist's concert in Seoul, where the three singers took a photo together backstage.

Dua Lipa — Complete Edition will be released October 19, a little over a year after the June 2017 release of Dua Lipa.

Blackpink's first mini-album, Square Up, was released June 15.

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