April 19 (UPI) -- Madonna and Maluma will perform their new single at the 2019 Billboard Music Awards next month.
Billboard announced Friday the 60-year-old singer and 25-year-old recording artist will take the stage with the song "Medellín" at the awards show May 1 in Las Vegas.
The appearance will mark the first time Madonna has performed new music on TV in more than four years. The awards show will air on NBC beginning at 8 p.m. ET.
"@Madonna and @maluma are performing their worldwide TV premiere performance of 'Medellín' at the #BBMAs. Watch May 1 at 8/7c on NBC... trust me," Billboard tweeted Friday.
Maluma confirmed the news in an Instagram post Friday.
"It's official, I will be joining @madonna at the @bbmas for the worldwide TV premiere performance of #Medellin on Wednesday, May 1 live from Las Vegas on @nbc #BBMAs," he captioned a teaser.
"Medellín" will appear on Madonna's forthcoming album, Madame X. The singer released the single Wednesday and will release a music video for the song April 24. Madame X debuts June 14.