Sting might not be the first artist that comes to mind when you think of Steve Aoki crossovers, but they've turned out a collaboration with SHAED in tow. The three acts totaling five artists have delivered an electronic pop single titled "2 In A Million" clearly written with radio play in mind.
Sting (real name Gordon Matthew Sumner) and Chelsea Lee of SHAED trade off vocals throughout the duration of "2 In A Million." Aoki's production chops lend a light verve to the track without taking the spotlight away from his high-profile collaborators.
Sumner made a name for himself in the '70s and '80s as the principal member of The Police before launching his solo project in 1985. By comparison, SHAED are a newer fixture of the music landscape. The three-piece indie pop band have been active under their current name since 2016, with their 2018 single "Trampoline" arguably triggering their breakthrough.
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Stream or download "2 In A Million" by Steve Aoki, Sting and SHAED across platforms here.
H/T: Your EDM