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Mark Ronson And Diplo Team Up With Dua Lipa For New Silk City Single Electricity

Thursday, 06 September 2018 Written by Laura Johnson

Mark Ronson and Diplo have teamed up with Dua Lipa for their new Silk City single.

Electricity follows up their collaboration with Desiigner and GoldLink on Loud and Only Can Get Better with Daniel Merriweather.

The DJ and production duo had help writing the track from Diana Gordon, who co-wrote a number of songs on Beyoncé's 'Lemonade' LP, Romy from the XX and Lipa. They began work on it last summer and finally recorded it this spring. 

As expected, it's a perfect blend of pop and dance music, while also incorporating Ronson's love of R&B. The video, meanwhile, was directed by Bradley and Pablo and sees the vocalist enjoying a party in an apartment while Diplo and Ronson get stuck in an elevator.





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