Can Martin Garrix and Dua Lipa strike gold twice?
Martin Garrix sat down with Rogue Magazine this past week and dropped some juicy details on one thing that has been on the mind of all Garrix fans. It was noted a few weeks back that Martin was seen getting cozy with his ‘Scared To Be Lonely’ collaborator on the set of her new music
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Apparently ‘Scared To Be Lonely’ was more than just a song title for Martin Garrix and his possible new boo, Dua Lipa. The 21 year old vocalist and the producer of the same age were seen getting close down in Miami this past week on the set of Dua’s latest music video. Martin Garrix’s New
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Canadian producer Conro has already had an exceptional 2017, and the year’s not even halfway over yet.
On May 17, the producer put out his latest single on Monstercat: a laid-back track called “Lay Low.” Unlike his previous release, a high-energy remix of Martin Garrix and Dua Lipa‘s “Scared to be Lonely,” “Lay Low” emits a much more relaxed downtempo vibe.
David Benjamin‘s smooth vocals glide perfectly over Conro’s mellow beats in the track. The producer is consistently pushing the boundaries of conventional electronic music, and the remainder of the year is sure to be a success for him.
Song of the week:
Katy Perry feat Migos ‘Bon Appétit’
With the world’s social and political problems now solved purposeful pop takes a back seat on the new Katy single. ‘Bon Appétit’ (or ‘Ciao Adios’, as Anne-Marie sang it) is a strange single: when the chorus properly gets going (at 2:16) you’ve got a really interesting electronic pop single that definitely puts ‘Bon Appétit’ in Song Of The Week territory, but it’s a frustrating listen: the song takes too long to get to the big reveal and it loses momentum every time Migos pop up. Strange that there wasn’t the confidence to launch the single with a 100%-Pezza version before dropping the Migos remix four weeks later, if indeed at all.
Wrong of the week:
Afrojack, David Guetta and Ester Dean ‘Another Life’
This week’s playlist is fury-inducing, should-know-better nonsense from Kygo down but this effort really takes the shit-covered biscuit. Remember: there was a point in the studio where at least one person said: “Yes. This is good enough to release. Our work here is done.”
- The new, Louisa Johnson-abetted version of AJR‘s ‘Weak’ actually works really well.
- Blenda‘s ‘Chill’ is probably the nicest surprise of the week, but Fall Out Boy get a gold star for referencing Britney and chucking in a big “HEY!” on their new song.
- You know you’re in trouble when OneRepublic have Gone Tropical.
- Rebecca & Fiona and Dolores Haze have both released better Charli XCX songs than the new Charli XCX song.
- Good news Men Of A Certain Age: you get a Gorillaz album AND a Phoenix single today.
- Something solid to cling to in a world gone mad: Aston Merrygold is still going.
- Similarly if you were worried that seven days might have passed without new music from Dua Lipa, fear not: she’s guesting on a Wale, Major Lazer and WizKid song.
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Martin Garrix released his new song “Scared To Be Lonely,” featuring Dua Lipa, late Thursday night. With sweltering synths and emotional vocals from Dua Lipa, the song became an instant favorite. However, we wondered how fans would like it compared to his previous hit with Bebe Rexha, “In The Name Of Love.”
In a Twitter poll beginning Jan 26, we asked if “Scared To Be Lonely” was better than “In The Name Of Love”? Surprisingly, 35% of voters responded “Can’t Decide,” while 32% responded yes and 33% responded no.
Clearly, there are a lot of mixed feelings about his new track – but if there’s one that can’t be denied, it’s that it’s still really, really good. Listen once again below:
Is @MartinGarrix‘s new single “Scared To Be Lonely” better than “In The Name Of Love”?
— Your EDM (@YourEDM) January 27, 2017
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Source: We Asked Our Followers About Martin Garrix’s New Track & They Don’t Know What To Think
Well, that was quick. Moments after their emotional new ballad officially became available to stream in the United States, Martin Garrix and Dua Lipa unveiled the official music video via Martin Garrix’s official YouTube channel. You’ll recall that earlier in the week the single was actually teased via a clip of the music video and it looks like our hunch was right, the music video did come out with the single.
Starring both Martin and Dua Lipa, the video features the both of them as a separated couple reminiscing on what appears to be their relationships via flashbacks. As the video progresses, Martin who is first pictured in a field starts to make his way back to their house where a lot of their flashback take place in, including some particularly steamy shower scenes, before the video ends with what appears to be her standing behind him.
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Source: Watch The Official Video For New Martin Garrix Single ‘Scared To Be Lonely’
Teasing fans since New Years, Martin Garrix has finally released his highly anticipated single, “Scared to be Lonely” with English singer/songwriter, Dua Lipa. The Dutch producer first revealed the unreleased track at the AVA NYE festival where videos were then leaked on multiple social media platforms. Since then, music enthusiasts across the world have been eagerly waiting for the full-length release of “Scared to be Lonely.”
Now Garrix’s newest hit is here, and it was well worth the wait and trail of bread-crumbs. We already assumed the track would individually captivate us just by the sensitive title, but Dua Lipa’s velvet-smooth vocals drive the ‘feels’ straight home. Garrix’s future bass production embellishes the heart-rending lyrics, and the catchy beat carries the emotional tone throughout. With “Scared to be lonely,” Garrix has again proven to the world why he has been how he’s achieved his vanguard status in the dance music industry.
Stream “Scared to be Lonely” below: