[Watch] Dua Lipa performs new Silk City smasher, ‘Electricity,’ on ‘Kimmel’

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[Watch] Dua Lipa performs new Silk City smasher, ‘Electricity,’ on ‘Kimmel’Dua Lipa Kimmel 1

English pop songstress, Dua Lipa, has been firing on all fronts this year, making her 2018 (albeit controversial) Ultra debut, partnering with kingly Calvin Harris on radio sensation “One Kiss,” and most recently, securing a performance on Jimmy Kimmel Live!, ABC’s crown-jewel late-night affair.

Lipa commanded the Kimmel stage earlier this week to perform her retro dance single “Electricity,” produced by none other than Diplo and Mark Ronson under their brand new Silk City masthead. Diplo and Ronson spawned the partnership at the turn of the year to pay homage to the dance realm’s old-school disco digs.

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Dua Lipa and Silk City drop off ‘Electricity’ vertical video

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Dua Lipa and Silk City drop off ‘Electricity’ vertical videoDiplo Dua Lipa Jan 2018 Billboard 1548

We’re hard pressed to find a better collaborative grouping lately than Dua Lipa, Diplo, and Mark Ronson. The pop sensation’s long-awaited pairing with Silk City finally landed earlier this month, and suffice it to say, “Electricity” definitely managed to live up to expectations with a magical blend of radio-ready dance pop, backed by Dua Lipa’s standout vocals.

While the official music video was released and currently hails over 23 million views, it seems the three artists want more. Now, they share a new vertical video for the record, taking viewers on a journey fit for an Instagram story. The four-minute clip sees Lipa performing the record in a black leather tube top, dancing the night away in a nightclub. The additional video serves as the perfect backdrop to keep “Electricity” in rotation for the rest of the year.

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Silk City – “Electricity” (Feat. Dua Lipa) Video

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Silk-City-Electricity-videoSuperstar DJs Diplo and Mark Ronson recently teamed up to form the production duo Silk City, and they’ve been cranking out house tracks all summer: “Only Can Get Better” with Daniel Merriweather, “Feel About You” with Mapei, “Loud” with Desiigner and GoldLink. And today, they’ve come out with another … More »

Must Listen: Dua Lipa strikes a cord with long-awaited Silk City collaboration, ‘Electricity’

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Must Listen: Dua Lipa strikes a cord with long-awaited Silk City collaboration, ‘Electricity’Screen Shot 2018 09 05 At 9.26.13 PM

When it comes to fusing the two worlds of dance and pop music, Diplo and Mark Ronson know what’s best.

Each of their Silk City releases has built on its sultry songstress choice and rhythmic house structures with ample anticipation— see “Feel About You” for a noteworthy example. What’s more is that all of the tracks remind their listener of just how powerful the widespread accessibility and proliferation of dance music has become. With “Electricity,” the two have surmounted every one of their electrifying releases and massively multiplied its amps. Of course, the energy of the track wouldn’t be possible without the ever-rising superstar Dua Lipa‘s backing vocals. With its healthy house cords and Lipa’s vocal refrains, the three have created the amicable pop-dance crossover. It’s a track that’s poised for radio and streaming services domination alike and harkens back to the days of Diplo’s 2014 LP title — Random White Dude Be Everywhere — considering it’s a track that’ll soon be virtually inescapable.

In the track’s music video, as Diplo and Ronson are ascending in the elevator to Lipa’s loft apartment, the viewer gets the literal sense that Lipa’s lighting the way for the collaboration. The elevator’s not working and suddenly, as soon as Lipa’s vocals are heard from within, it cuts to her making her way across the loft apartment again. Diplo and Ronson are no strangers to embracing collaboration, and with “Electricity,” it seems they created the perfect song for the modern musical zeitgeist.

Diplo and Mark Ronson Release Decadent New Collaboration With Dua Lipa

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Diplo and Mark Ronson have combined forces under the name Silk City. The duo debuted their live show at Governor’s Ball in New York this past May. They were met with both critic and fan acclaim near immediately. While the guys have a handful of singles behind them now, their most recent release has been

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Diplo Announces Release Date Of New Collaboration Between Dua Lipa And Silk City

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Diplo has so many side projects going on right now it is seriously difficult to keep track of them all. While many fans are familiar with Jack U, in 2018 Diplo also started LSD with Sia and Labrinth as well as Silk City with Mark Ronson. The latter of the two debuted their live set

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Exclusive: Oliver Heldens pumps out groovy electronics on remix for David Guetta & Anne-Marie’s ‘Don’t Leave Me Alone’

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Exclusive: Oliver Heldens pumps out groovy electronics on remix for David Guetta & Anne-Marie’s ‘Don’t Leave Me Alone’Guetta Annemarie OLIVER HELDENS

Oliver Heldens has been reeling in all the right remixes as of late, reworking the classic Sidney Samson track “Riverside,” as well as Calvin Harris‘ chart-topping hit “One Kiss” featuring Dua Lipa. And now, the Dutch producer continues his end-of-summer tear with a remix of David Guetta‘s latest single “Don’t Leave Me Alone” with Anne-Marie.

The release has all the makings of a glorified crowd-pleaser, including a dance-heavy beat under the original’s catchy vocals and dropping into some pounding electronics. It’s easy to picture how the remix would play out live, providing the perfect backbone for some killer graphic visuals and light schemes.

His Heldeep imprint has been a driving force in summer 2018, taking over stages at some of the world’s most renowned festivals that saw Heldens as the headliner. In addition to a jam-packed Ibiza schedule, he’ll continue to move through the extensive tour schedule, hitting festivals such as Ultra Japan and Imagine Music Festival. Heldens will also continue to showcase the Heldeep brand, stopping in NYC for a massive Heldeep at Sea show featuring Black Caviar and more.

Dua Lipa announces release date for Silk City collaboration

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Dua Lipa announces release date for Silk City collaborationDiplo Dua Lipa Jan 2018 Billboard 1548

Dua Lipa‘s feature on the ’90s house homage “One Kiss” back in April with Calvin Harris was an apt brush with the danceable potential of the singer-songwriter’s vocal talent. Since the world was introduced to Silk City with “Only Can Getter Better,” back in May, a collaboration between Lipa and the Mark Ronson/Diplo duo seemed inevitable. Earlier this year, Lipa announced that it was coming, and now, she’s shared a few more details on the track, hinting on Twitter the track will arrive on September 6.

Lipa also revealed in a series of tweets, with the electricity emoji that possibly alludes to the track’s title, that the track will be arriving with a video.

Recently, Lipa spoke on the song with Rolling Stone, revealing, “It’s something different, but it does lead into some of new music that I’m going to bring in my albums. It’s got some throwback elements to it; it’s dancey; it’s still a pop song.” It still remains unknown as to whether the new track will be the lead single of Lipa’s next album.