The Chainsmokers have been teasing their collaboration with Blink-182 for quite some time now. Luckily for fans of the duo, the wait is nearly over as they announced that "P.S. I Hope You're Happy" will be released on Friday.
Fans have been waiting for the fabled collaboration for nearly a year now as the track was first teased back in January. Since then, they've performed the track live and shared pictures of them in the studio with the famous pop punk band, all leading up to the official announcement.
A few days ago, fans were treated to a surprise appearance from the legendary band as they took the stage at The Chainsmokers' show in Los Angeles. For those who just can't wait for the song to drop, a fan captured footage of the performance and uploaded it to YouTube.
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"P.S I Hope You're Happy" featuring Blink-182 by The Chainsmokers is set to release on Friday, December 6th.