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Fresh off the back of global hit ‘Don’t Leave’ with Danish singer MØ, electronic duo Snakehips return with brand new single ‘Either Way’ alongside British superstar Anne-Marie and US rapper Joey Bada$$.
The UK pair, consisting of Oliver Lee and James Carter first made their name remixing tracks for the likes of Bondax, Banks, and The Weeknd, and have since gone from strength to strength, amassing over 300 million plays on their Platinum-selling track ‘All My Friends’ featuring Tinashe and Chance The Rapper.
The duo’s standout production style shines through on new track ‘Either Way’ with a smooth R&B slow jam underpinning the warm unmistakable vocals of fellow British star Anne-Marie, hot off the back of her own multi-platinum selling #1 single, ‘Rockabye’ with Clean Bandit & Sean Paul.
The singer, who is famed for her work with Rudimental, has also achieved Platinum status on her 2016 single, ‘Alarm’.
Laced with the slick verses of Brooklyn-born Joey Bada$$, the vividly infectious hook is sure to lend itself well to international audiences.
Shot in London, the video for ‘Either Way’ is directed by filmmaker Hector Dockrill.
Known for documentary style productions, Dockrill has previously directed videos such as ‘Patience’ and ‘My Hood’ for Ray BLK. Filmed around the UK capital, ‘Either Way’ offers a snapshot of London’s youth culture, following a series of multicultural groups in their day to day lives.
Having performed at huge worldwide festivals such as Glastonbury, Bestival, and Lollapalooza, UK duo Snakehips have worked with a number of high profile artists, including Anderson Pak, Tory Lanez, D.R.A.M, and Syd.
Following the release of hit track ‘Cruel’ with global superstar Zayn last year, the duo also sold out a headline show at KOKO London in October 2016 and with an ever-growing reputation, will return to the capital to play London’s Electric Brixton venue on 8th September.
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