Shenseea is here to teach some lessons about how to “Lick.” The Jamaican songstress joined Megan Thee Stallion for an equally NSFW song as Cardi B‘s “WAP.”

The not-so-subtle music video features an assortment of lickable treats — lollipops, popsicles and ice cream cones — set amid a cotton candy-colored landscape.

“Finna teach you how to LICK,” Shenseea tweeted with a teaser for the song Thursday, before adding in a second tweet, “I always wanted to write a suck p*ssy song…some of y’all need guidance on how to eat 🙄.”

And that message is crystal clear in the song: “Put your back in it,” Shenseea croons. “Lick it well fast, but not too much/ Big swing like from a sippy cup.”

Echoing her risque contributions on the art of female pleasure on “WAP,” Megan also offers up some pointed tips on her verse: “Bust it open, bend over, put my back in it/ He addicted like it got a little crack in it/ Suck it like a crab leg, I’m cracking it/ Take it out, catch your breath, get back in it.”

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On her Instagram story Thursday evening leading up to the midnight drop, Shenseea told fans she would do a pop-up for fans to meet her in New York City. “I’m just going to party tomorrow and celebrate my single,” she said, before showing off a fancy dinner spread.

Earlier this week, the duo teased the single by dropping its colorful art, with Shenseea decked out in a bright yellow wig as both artists arched their backs and posed seductively. “Get ready!! We gonna go crazy this FRIDAY!” the post read.

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The new track marks Shenseea’s follow-up to earworm “Dolly,” which arrived earlier this month, and “You’re the One I Love” with Rvssian last year. As for Megan, who’s set to perform at Coachella later this year, it’s her first song since joining Jimmy Fallon and Ariana Grande on vaccine-promoting holiday track “It Was A… (Masked Christmas).”

2021 was a stellar year for Megan Thee Stallion, who graduated from Texas Southern University in December. She recently reflected on its importance for her and her family. “Before [my mother and grandmother] passed away, they saw me going to college and they were really hard on me about finishing college, so I was like, ‘You know what? I’m not just doing it for myself, I’m doing it for them too.’ I want them to be so proud,” she told Rolling Stone in December.

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