The deejay-producer calls the collab "a genre-crossing collaboration from two different worlds"

By Jeff Nelson
Updated March 24, 2016 12:00 PM
Alex Eggebeen

If you’re already curating your potential “songs of the summer” playlist, consider this new track from Steve Aoki a worthy addition.

The EDM powerhouse teamed up with producer Felix Jaehn (the 21-year-old behind last year’s “Ain’t Nobody (Loves Me Better)“) and Adam Lambert, 34, on “Can’t Go Home” – and PEOPLE has an exclusive first listen to the moody banger.

“This song is a genre-crossing collaboration from two different worlds between myself and Felix Jaehn, and that’s the beauty in mixing it up and making something so unique as ‘Can’t Go Home,'” Aoki tells PEOPLE of the new track. “Adding one of the best vocalists in the world, Adam Lambert, on it just brings this special song to a whole new level. Super excited about sharing this with the world!”

Lambert and Jaehn are just the latest musicians the Grammy nominated house artist – who married his longtime girlfriend Tiernan Cowling in December – has collaborated with.

Aoki, 38, is working on his forthcoming album Neon Future III and recently hit the studio with Mark Hoppus and Travis Barker of Blink-182 and 5 Seconds of Summer‘s Calum Hood.