Jamie Foxx Releases First New Song Since 2010

Jamie Foxx
Miller Mobley

Jamie Foxx tells THR he never thought he would be playing the president one day.

"The stuff I am doing now is beyond my wildest dreams -- though I have met President Clinton, President Obama and President Bush before," Foxx says. "They're regular guys. George Bush loves his family, Christian man; President Obama loves his family, another Christian man; Bill Clinton, another Christian man. These guys are all human. Behind closed doors, they're human guys. They are not mechanical machines even if their ratings are down."

It was late 2010 when Jamie Foxx last released any new songs, topping the R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart with his melancholy Drake-featuring "Fall For Your Type."

Now the Oscar-winner returns to music with a pumped-up banger, "Party Ain't a Party" with some guest help from 2 Chainz, likely teasing new material to come.

The DJ Mustard-produced track opens with a slow building beat, accented by echoing hollers of "Wait a minute," before 2 Chainz gets things going, setting a theme of how a party ain't a party 'til he turns up. The track pulls from Queen Pen's "1997" single by the same name on the hook, but is very much Foxx's own, as he and Chainz take turns illustrating sexy late-night party scenes.

During his promo run for The Amazing Spider-Man 2 earlier this year, as MTV points out, Foxx mentioned other music in the works, including a track with Pharrell Williams called "Tease."

Listen to the track below.

This article originally appeared on Billboard.com.