Ariana Grande can't stop spilling details about her upcoming fourth album, Sweetener.

After announcing on Twitter that the record's third single, "God Is a Woman," will be out Thursday night (June 12), the 25-year-old singer teased yet another new song during an interview for her recent Elle magazine cover.

Behind scenes during her photo shoot, Elle asked Grande to play a game called "Song Association," in which she was given a word and had 10 seconds to sing a line containing that word. When "dream" came up, she jumped into the lyrics of an unreleased track, crooning, "Why you such a dream to me / Before you speak don’t walk / 'Cause I don't want to wake up."

"That's my song, it's coming," Grande explained, as a chyron revealed it's called "R.E.M."

She also sang clips from Justin Bieber’s “Baby,” Whitney Houston’s “Queen of the Night” and “L-O-V-E” by Nat King Cole," as well as her own Dangerous Woman hits, "Dangerous Woman" and "Moonlight."

Grande has thus far released two singles from Sweetener: April's "No Tears Left to Cry" and June's "The Light Is Coming," featuring Nicki Minaj. The album is due out August 17.

Watch Grande tease "R.E.M." for Elle below.