Mark Ronson has put together a huge line-up for his Love Lockdown livestream, which he's referring to as a "video mixtape".
Taking to Twitter to drop the news, he's revealed the likes of Dua Lipa, Miley Cyrus and more will be putting on live performances for the stream - as well as Australians Tame Impala, Troye Sivan and Mallrat.
The livestream is part of YouTube Music's #StayHome #WithMe initiative, which sees artists perform live sets on the platform for people to stream.
The livestream is set to premiere online at 8am AEST on Saturday, so you'll want to wake up early for this one - it looks like it'll be well worth it.
Ronson has previously worked with a fair few of the artists that appear on the line-up, having collaborated with Dua, Miley and Tame Impala's Kevin Parker in the past, as well as expressing his desire to work with Mallrat previously. It looks like he's got a follow-up to his collab with Miley planned, too.
Check out the livestream below - we can't wait for this.