Madonna has released an incredible remix of I Don’t Search I Find.

The track, which is taken from the queen of pop’s 14th studio album Madame X, has been turned into an ever bigger club anthem thanks to world-renowned DJ and producer Honey Dijon.

I Don’t Search I Find follows Madge’s previous singles Medellin (with Maluma), Crave (with Swae Lee), I Rise, Dark Ballet, Batuka and God Control, the latter of which spawned one of the performer’s most controversial videos to date.

The Honey Dijon remix is now available on iTunes and streaming services – listen below.

Last month, Honey appeared at the GAY TIMES Honours 500 ceremony, which honours queer people and their allies who have had a profound impact on the community over the last 12 months, where she won the award for Outstanding Impact.

Honey first started her career in the 90s and quickly became famous for her cross-genre sets, later working with the likes of Naomi Campbell and Dior creative director Kim Jones – and of course, Madonna.

“The fact that I’ve been able to manifest all of these really highly creative opportunities for myself is political in itself. I mean, five years ago that wouldn’t have been possible – two years ago, it wouldn’t have been possible,” she told us.

Of course, Honey is proud trans woman of colour, but that’s just one facet of who she is and it doesn’t tell the whole story.

“I think there are so many more important things about me as a human being than what my gender expression or identity is,” she says. “I think my music is more important, and I think the way I choose to navigate the world is much more interesting.

“The fact I can go and do a Dior [show], and then do something like a [leading British house label] Defective party or an all-queer party, that’s much more interesting than the fact I’m trans.”

Related: We ranked every single Madonna album from worst to best.