The Chainsmokers proceed the rollout of their third album World Battle Pleasure immediately with the discharge of their latest single, “Name You Mine,” that includes Bebe Rexha.
For the primary time within the album up to now, Drew takes a step again from vocals and lets Bebe take the reigns fully. Actually, it’s a sensible transfer seeing as her vocals are so dominant, and her expertise completely exhibits on this new observe, even despite some probably overused results. Lots of the consequences are paying homage to my least favourite elements of Sick Boy, however “Name You Mine” additionally exhibits how Drew and Alex have leveled up their songwriting and pop manufacturing.
A lot of what turns me off of this observe is the pitched vocal chops within the refrain; aside from that, Bebe’s vocals on high of every part else sit like a queen upon a throne. Whereas it seems like a praise, the truth that her voice is up to now indifferent from every part else makes it seem to be TCS got here in after quite than produced the track along with her.
“Simply need to depart a observe that Bebe Rexha was one of many first artist we ever met. We had been each mainly nobodies on the time however at all times had been there for each other providing recommendation and supporting and now right here we’re 6 years later with a large track collectively! We love you Bebe!” – Alex Pall, Drew Taggart
All in all, I’m nonetheless going to carry off on last judgment till I hear the track within the context of the album, however I’m already ready for the subsequent observe from World Battle Pleasure to maintain my consideration.
In the meantime, the music video for “Name You Mine” depicts the aftermath of The Chainsmokers’ grizzly homicide on the hand of Bebe. Watch that under!
The Chainsmokers with Bebe Rexha – Name You Mine
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