After his hit single Rush – which has amassed more than 180 million global streams – launches singer Troye Sivan It got me started, the second single from his upcoming album, titled Something to give each other. The song is now available on all digital platforms via Universal musicthrough EMI records AND Capitol Records.
Made by Ian Kirkpatrick, which he co-wrote and produced New rules AND Don’t start nowby Dua Lipa, e Bad liarby Selena Gomez, It got me started samples Falling starshit meme by the Australian electronic duo Stock market raiders. Sivan wrote the track with Kirkpatrick, Leland, Tayla Parx AND Kaelyn Behr.
About the new single, Troye Sivan explains: “When we were writing this song, I was determined to use ‘Shooting Stars’ – I couldn’t stop humming it in the studio. It’s a huge sample and it was a big request; and I knew they’d never approved it before. “So I’m very happy for the opportunity to sample this track, this song is iconic to me. And then we have Ian Kirkpatrick producing, who is a genius. I love his work: he had this plan to record the vocals slow down and then speed up and in the end that’s what you hear in the chorus. I immediately liked the way it sounded.”
The newspaper The New York Times greeted Rush AS “a sweaty, dynamic, gloriously hedonistic summer anthem made for the dance floor.” Magazine Pitchfork He says “Sivan, already adept at crafting naughty pop songs, manages to infuse this terrain with virility, producing a sublime, orgiastic summer anthem.”
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