The single is set to appear on Yungblud's forthcoming new EP, "Hope for Underrated Youth," which will arrive on October 18.
"Original Me", which was produced by Jorgen Odegard and Tim Randolph, notably features Imagine Dragon frontman Dan Reynolds.
"I'm so typical, my life ain't difficult/But I'm so caught up in it, just a lowlife, I'll admit/I'm self-critical, tryhard original/Oh, I pride myself on that, such a loser, I'll admit," the pair sing in the opening verse.
"Original Me" marks the first collaboration between the Imagine Dragons frontman and the British rap-rocker, who was born Dominic Harrison.
The pair will also be featured on the accompanying music video for the single, which will be released at a yet-unknown date later this week.
Reynolds teased the upcoming visual on his social media, unveiling a text exchange he had with Yungblud about the project.
"Original Me" will appear on the British sensation's forthcoming six-track EP, "Hope for Underrated Youth," alongside the previously issued "Parents" and the title track.
The record will follow Yungblud's debut studio album, "21st Century Liability," which came out in July 2018.
Later this week, the 22-year-old musician will embark on a world tour in support of his forthcoming EP, with stops in the US, Europe, the UK and Australia.
Ahead of the world tour, discover Yungblud's latest single, "Original Me":