Paramore's Hayley Williams is set to be featured on an upcoming single from German electronic DJ/producer Zedd, titled "Stay The Night." 

The track will drop next Tuesday, Sept. 10, and has been confirmed to appear on the producer's forthcoming sophomore album. Check out the artwork for "Stay The Night," featuring an animated version of the Paramore frontwoman, below:

Though her activity outside of Paramore is somewhat infrequent, Williams has occasionally collaborated with other artists as well as released music under her own name. Below, check out a few of our favorite examples.

"Airplanes" by B.o.B has been Williams' best-known guest appearance to date, an unlikely foray into the world of hip hop, and one of the most popular singles of 2010:

2011 saw Hayley collaborating with Weezer on a cover of Kermit The Frog's "Rainbow Connection" for Muppets: The Green Album, a Disney-sanctioned tribute:

Say Anything's "The Church Channel" from 2007's In Defense Of The Genre marks one of Williams' earliest collaborative appearances. The singer also appeared on "Plea:"

Hayley popped up in "The Few That Remain" by Set Your Goals in 2009 to deliver a ferocious speak-sing verse:

Williams (as Becca) brought the teen angst to "What's His Name," a track from Jordan Pundik (New Found Glory) and Ethan Luck (ex-Relient K)'s suburban punk project, Domestikated:

What's Eating Gilbert, another New Found Glory offshoot fronted by Hayley's boyfriend, Chad Gilbert, featured the singer on last year's "Babe:"

mewithoutYou, a band Williams has long been a fan of, featured the Paramore frontwoman on "Fox's Dream Of The Log Flume" and "All Circles" from 2012's Ten Stories:

And, of course, "Teenagers," Hayley's one and only official solo single, appeared on the soundtrack for 2009's Jennifer's Body:

You can catch Paramore on tour throughout Europe, North America, Australia, and New Zealand in the coming months, and on a sponsored cruise to the Bahamas this spring.