Jack Ü will be reuniting once more with Justin Bieber for their performance at the 2016 Grammy Awards!

The singer will be hitting the stage with the highly-acclaimed production duo, comprised of Skrillex and Diplo, at the ceremony on February 15. They’ll be presumably performing the smash hit “Where Are Ü Now” and possibly some other cuts from Bieber’s 2015 studio album Purpose, like the Skrillex-produced track “Sorry.”

The musical trio is nominated for Best Dance Recording for “Where Are Ü Now” which was featured on both Jack Ü’s self-titled LP and Purpose, the former getting a nomination for Best Dance/Electronic Album.

The latest update to the exciting Grammy performance lineup includes a special B.B. King tribute led by Chris Stapleton, the television debut of The Hollywood Vampires (Johnny Depp, Alice Cooper, and Joe Perry), and even a collaboration between Robin Thicke, Pitbull, and Travis Barker. Regardless if the latter performance is surprisingly good or expectedly awful, it will surely be interesting.

These mega-stars are joining a huge Grammy roster which already includes Adele, a David Bowie tribute led by Lady Gaga, The Weeknd, the Hamilton cast, and a bunch of upcoming duets.

The 58th Grammy Awards will be airing live from Los Angeles on February 15 at 8pm ET. Don’t forget to tune in! Listen to “Where Are Ü Now” down below.