Love You Forever

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  • This up-tempo '90s throwback cut finds Zendaya singing about falling in love on the dance floor. The track was produced by Nick Jonas and Paul "Famous" Shelton. "I knew Paul 'Famous', who did 'Replay,' and he did a few other songs on my album," Zendaya told MTV News. "And he had brought that song to me and he was like, 'Me and Nick did this song,' and I was like, 'Oh, I love it. Thank you!"

    Zendaya added that though she and Nick Jonas made music together, she never actually got to meet the ex Disney star. "I have tweeted him and talked to him over Twitter and talked to him through Paul," Zendaya said. "But I haven't been like, 'Hey, thank you,' which is funny, but I think we came out with a great song, and I'm very lucky to have him on it."

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