At the top of the month, the legendary Alicia Keys unveiled her KEYS double album, which boasts 26 tracks and appearances from names like Pusha T, Brandi Carlile, Swae Lee, and Lil Wayne. She has been keeping the momentum going with visuals for cuts like “Old Memories” and “Only You.”

Yesterday (Dec. 22), she kept the consistency going by sharing the official video for “Come For Me.” For the Lucky Daye and Khalid-assisted track, it’s only fitting to have a visual that shows off the hard work they put in during the magical sessions that took place to create the song. Lucky Daye has the honor of kicking off the track with his vocals:

Look me in my eye, know you know the vibe, in you I confide, something I can’t hide/ Tell me what it’s worth, I put in the work, you know I’m the one that you prefer but you hit a nerve

Look me in my face (Yeah), tell me what’s the case (Yeah)/ It’s all in my head (Yeah) everything you say (Yeah)/ Are you good now? Are you staying ’round? I just wanna know what that’s about/ Is it too much to need someone to come for me?

This year marks the 20th anniversary of Songs In A Minor, and Keys decided to release a special edition for fans to enjoy. Now, Songs In A Minor (20th Anniversary Edition) comes with 20 songs altogether, adding on two unreleased cuts — “Crazy (Mi Corazon)” and “Foolish Heart,” the latter of which is Keys’ first ever recordings — the Ali soundtrack version of “Fallin,” and “I Won’t (Crazy World),” another offering from the vault that appeared on the tenth anniversary edition of the album.

Be sure to press play on Alicia Keys’ brand new “Come For Me (Unlocked)” music video featuring Lucky Daye and Khalid down below.