Get Low
by Zedd (featuring Liam Payne)

Album: LP1 (2017)
Charted: 26 91
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Songfacts®:

  • Zedd joined forces with Liam Payne for this cut. The song represented the One Direction singer's second release away from the group following this solo debut track "Strip That Down."
  • Zedd told Beats 1: "I'm super excited about that song, it's the definition of a summer song to me personally. The easiest way to describe it would be a Drake-ish influence sound but very open to do something that sounds unique and different which I love."

    "I think it's a really good balance between where he's going with his solo project and where I'm going with my own music," he continued. "It's right in between, without Liam I might've not have finished this song. He really pulled it towards the direction that I would not have and I love where It is. I would say it's probably the most urban-ish influence song I've ever done, It's insanely catchy and I feel like you're gonna hate it after a while because it's so catchy."

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