Charli XCX and Troye Sivan Reunite on Futuristic '2099': Stream It Now

Troye Sivan and Charli XCX
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Troye Sivan and Charli XCX visit Z100 Studio on Nov. 13, 2018 in New York City. 

First they went back to 1999, now Charli XCX and Troye Sivan are turning their sights to the future.

The pop pair reunite once more on "2099," an edgy, experimental tune that's a 100 years from the radio-friendly pop of "1999." 

Produced by Nömak and A. G. Cook, "2099" could be the companion piece to a sci-fi flick. Nothing feels organic, everything things fresh. 

On it, the pair sing: "I pull up, roll up, fuck up/ Fast like a Nascar, never touch us/ Got visions, levels, they don't get me/ Quiet, no discussions, please hush."

The new tune is expected to close-out Charli’s upcoming third album Charli, due Sept. 13. The 15 tracks on the LP will include the previously release "Gone," "Blame It On Your Love," "Cross You Out" and, of course, "1999," with assists from the likes of Christine and the Queens, Sky Ferreira and Lizzo.

Stream "2099" below.


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