In case you haven't already heard, the days are numbered for Major Lazer. The Diplo-led pop/dancehall outfit still has plenty of new music coming down the pipeline - such as today's Tove Lo vehicle, "Blow That Smoke."
The Swedish songstress explained that Diplo sped up her original vocal in her interview with Beats 1 host Zane Lowe. The resulting track is distinctly tropical and vaguely danceable with an undeniable measure of mass appeal.
After a ten-year run, Major Lazer's final album is slated for release sometime next year. Tove Lo revealed to Lowe that she's got a studio-length effort of her own in the works. "I feel like I've finally, about a month or so ago, cracked the code on what I want the new sound and vibe to be, so I'm very happy at the moment," she told him.
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Tove Lo has previously collaborated with EDM producers like of Flume, Seven Lions and Alesso. She has also co-written songs for such pop artists as Ellie Goulding and Lorde.
"Blow That Smoke" featuring Tove Lo by Major Lazer is out today across platforms.