The Voice 2016 winner's single has been revealed ahead of this weekend's final.
This year - for only the second time in The Voice UK history - we'll get a proper single from the champion.
In past years the winners just uploaded one of their performances from the show to iTunes.
The week after they won, Leanne Mitchell's Run To You was at Number 45, Andrea Begley managed Number 30 with My Immortal while Jermain Jackman got to Number 75 with And I Am Telling You.
Last year Stevie McCrorie had success with his cover of Lost Stars, hitting the Top 10.
But what's 2016's song?
This year, bosses have got themselves an ORIGINAL track: ‘All You Good Friends’ is the name and it's been produced by Peter-John Vettese, behind hits by other artists including Sia and James Bay.
All four of the finalists have recorded their version and the winner will release their take straight after Saturday night's live show.
The single will be available to download from midnight (on Saturday 9th April) through Universal Music. Plus of course the winner also signs an exclusive recording contract with Universal Music.
At least 20p from the sale of each download and at least 50% of Universal’s receipts from each stream will go to Comic Relief.
Those competing in the final are Team Ricky's Jolan and Kevin Simm, Team Will's Lydia Lucy and Team George's Cody Frost.
They'll be performing LIVE tomorrow night on BBC One from 7PM.