It's been six months since Marshmello first whet his fans' appetites for his collaboration with Chris Brown and Tyga. Two days ago he launched a cryptic sign-up form that promised the arrival of something tomorrow, April 25th. By the looks of things it corresponds to the release of the music video for the three artists' new single, "Light It Up."
Marshmello has tweeted a brief clip from the video, likely part of the intro sequence before the song itself begins. Included is a link to the YouTube video itself - but a visit to the page shows that the video will premiere tomorrow at 8:00 AM.
Marshmello has been wading deeper and deeper into the waters of hip-hop as of late. In addition to his recent collaboration with SOBxRBE, the anonymous DJ/producer has hinted at a joint endeavor with Cardi B.
As of 8:00 AM tomorrow, April 25th, the music video for "Light It Up" by Marshmello, Tyga and Chris Brown will be available here.
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