Marshmello Gets Friend-Zoned By Anne-Marie In Their Neon-Drenched “Friends” Video


Anne-Marie lays down the law in the newly released video for her Marshmello collaboration, “Friends.” The twosome teamed up on their anti-lover’s anthem earlier this month. “You can’t be reasoned with, I’m done being polite,” the Brit sings to a friend who cannot take a hint over a searing beat courtesy of the up-and-coming producer. Rolled out today (February 16), the Hannah Lux Davis-directed visual brings the song’s defiant lyrics to life.

In it, Anne-Marie and her girl friends host a massive house party. The night is off to a wild start under some neon lights when Marshmello shows up and gets a little flirty. As the celebration comes to a close, she and her girls try to send him home to little effect. Throughout the rest of the visual they avoid some of his slick attempts to woo his lady-love. Vibrant and fun, the video is a cute release that will only give the track a push up the charts.

“Friends” could well be Marshmello’s third big hit in a row. “Silence,” his moody collaboration with Khalid, went top 10 everywhere except the US — a feat the Selena Gomez-voiced “Wolves” duplicated. His latest is starting to take off on the iTunes charts and has already racked up more than 12 million streams on Spotify in the last two weeks. With any luck, he and his collaborator will ride this one right to the top of the charts. Give the video a view up top!

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Marshmello & Anne-Marie’s “Friends” Is An Anti-Valentine’s Day Anthem


There’s a whole sub-genre of pop songs about friends who become lovers, but this isn’t one of them. Marshmello & Anne-Marie’s “Friends” is a musical reminder to stop making a fool of yourself. “You’re not my lover, more like a brother,” the Brit laments. “I know you since we were like ten.” That might sound a little harsh, but it turns out the “Alarm” diva has cause to be fed up. “You can’t be reasoned with, I’m done being polite,” she fumes. “I’ve told you 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 thousand times.”

“Haven’t I made it obvious? Haven’t I made it clear?” Anne-Marie reiterates on the fiery chorus. “Want me to spell it out for you? F-R-I-E-N-D-S.” Play this for someone you don’t love on Valentine’s Day! “Friends” could well be Marshmello’s third big hit in a row. “Silence,” his moody collaboration with Khalid, went top 10 everywhere except the US — a feat the Selena Gomez-voiced “Wolves” duplicated. Listen to the week’s least romantic, but long-overdue bop below from midnight ET tonight.

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Selena Gomez Teases “Wolves” Video, AMAs Performance


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Selena Gomez was unable to promote summer singles “Bad Liar” and “Fetish” due to ill health, but she’s making up for lost time with “Wolves.” The pop star will perform the song live for the first time at the upcoming American Music Awards on November 19 and drop a video in the coming days. (That FaceTime-themed visual was just a Spotify exclusive). Selena shared a brief preview of the clip on Twitter and it contains footage from the visualizer. Basically, the 25-year-old looks incredibly gorgeous while perched on a diving board.

There are also glimpses of her performing the song with wet hair. After dropping oddball clips for “Bad Liar” and “Fetish” (still processing the soap eating), it looks like Selena is about to deliver something a little more glamorous and traditional. “Wolves” is off to a flying start. It has been ensconced in the Spotify top 10 since release and climbs to a new peak of number 35 on the Billboard Hot 100 this week. That makes the collaboration with Marshmello her fourth top 40 hit of 2017. Watch a snippet of the video below.

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Selena Gomez & Marshmello’s “Wolves” Has A Cute Visualizer


Selena Gomez and Marshmello’s “Wolves” dropped earlier today (October 25) and it sounds like a hit. A epic club banger with romantic lyrics, the track begins like a throwback to the acoustic-laced EDM that Aviciipioneered in 2013, before transforming into something completely different with an ’80s-evoking post-chorus moment. It succeeds in creating atmosphere and reinforces how good the pop diva’s breathy vocals sound over synths. “It Ain’t Me” could have some competition as Selena’s most successful club collaboration of 2017.

The odd couple dropped a cute, DIY video for the song (it’s exclusive to Spotify’s Today’s Top Hits playlist), which finds them facetiming in the Hollywood Hills. They also released a visualizer — an audio stream of the song with a moving image — on YouTube. It depicts Selena perched on a diving board in an evening gown intercut with a close-up of her eyes. The imagery seems to be taken from the official video (so many visuals!), which looks like it was filmed in a swimming pool. Watch up top.

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Selena Gomez Announces Marshmello Collaboration “Wolves”


Selena Gomez’s long-rumored collaboration with Marshmello finally has a title and an official release date. “Wolves” drops October 25 (i.e. next Wednesday) according to a couple of tweets the pop star fired off this afternoon. She also shared two pictures with the bucket-wearing DJ including one with her own personalized headgear. This will be the 25-year-old’s first single since undergoing a kidney transplant, which stopped her from promoting summer singles “Bad Liar” and “Fetish.”

It will be interesting to hear how the collaboration turns out. If Marshmello’s discography is anything to go by, expect a euphoric banger with a distinct pop sensibility. The mystery hitmaker has already worked a with a number of pop’s leading ladies (Noah Cyrus lent her voice to “Chasing Colors,” while Tinashe features on “Freal Luv”). He also has a hit on his hands with “Silence,” a collaboration with Khalid. See Selena’s tweets below.

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