In recent months, Jack White has been gearing up for the release of his upcoming solo album, Boarding House Reach, marking White’s third solo album and the first formal music project he’s released since 2014’s Lazaretto. With Boarding House Reach‘s release on the horizon—the album is due out later this week, on March 23rd,  via Third Man Records/Columbia Records—White has shared the final pre-release track from the album, the tune “Ice Station Zebra”, which is a relic of White’s scrapped collaboration with Jay Z.

As Consequence of Sound report, Jack White noted, “A couple years ago I had worked on a few tracks with Jay Z — we were going to do an album together, it just never culminated and we didn’t finish. But this was something I played drums, piano guitar, and bass on as an idea for him to maybe spur him on to inspire him and do something.”

While the thirteen-track album features a number of brand-new songs from White and company, “Ice Station Zebra” is not the only tune that’s been recycled from past projects. Previously, White previewed the new record with the tune “Over and Over and Over”—a song that was originally written for the White Stripes thirteen years ago. You can take a listen to new version of “Ice Station Zebra” off the upcoming Boarding House Reach below.

To celebrate the release of Boarding House Reach on March 23, the Live Nation Concert Series on Twitter will globally live stream Jack’s intimate record release show at Warsaw in Brooklyn, NY. The special underplay performance is presented by The Governors Ball Music Festival, which Jack will headline on June 1. The stream will begin at 10pm ET and is available on Twitter here.

1. Connected By Love
2. Why Walk A Dog?
3. Corporation
4. Abulia and Akrasia
5. Hypermisophoniac
6. Ice Station Zebra
7. Over and Over and Over
8. Everything You’ve Ever Learned
9. Respect Commander
10. Ezmerelda Steals The Show
11. Get In The Mind Shaft
12. What’s Done Is Done
13. Humoresque