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Listen: RuPaul sashays with La Toya Jackson on new track 'I Feel Like Dancin''

RuPaul "Born Naked" deluxe edition album
RuPaul "Born Naked" deluxe edition album
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Drag superstar RuPaul released his long-awaited collaboration with pop icon La Toya Jackson on Monday (May 5). The two artists go to work on "I Feel Like Dancin'", a new track from the deluxe edition of RuPaul's "Born Naked" album.

RuPaul announced the release of "I Feel Like Dancin'" today in an interview with Jackson documented the recording session for the track nearly a year ago on her OWN television show "Life with La Toya." She was shown having a blast in the studio with RuPaul and fans of both acts waited patiently since then for the collaboration to surface. Timed with the deluxe edition release of RuPaul's "Born Naked" album, "I Feel Like Dancin'" finally dropped and it was worth the wait.

European dance beats and glitzy synthesizers back RuPaul and La Toya as let they world know they "feel like dancin'". The two artists serve up a whole lot of attitude on the campy rap verses. "Got a problem with all my cash? Then tell them RuPaul," Jackson says. "Ya'll can kiss her a**," Ru quips back. Rounded out with a lavishly enchanting chorus, "I Feel Like Dancin'" is an ace dance track befitting for a queen, a Jackson or those just looking to have a good time.

RuPaul's "Born Naked" album was first released in February of this year and it peaked at no. 85 on Billboard's albums chart. The famed drag queen put out the set's deluxe edition today with "I Feel Like Dancin'" along with a few remixes of the track.

On the television front, RuPaul is winding down another season of his series "Ru Paul's Drag Race." The top three drag queens are raring to go to the LOGO show's finale this month. La Toya Jackson will also return to the small screen soon since Oprah Winfrey ordered a second season of "Life with La Toya."

Listen to the original version of "I Feel Like Dancin'" on

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