After weeks of teasing, Silk City, the super duo between Diplo and Mark Ronson, have officially released "Electricity," their brand-new collaboration with U.K. pop sensation Dua Lipa.
"Electricity" is a soulful, piano-laced cut inspired by classic Chicago house and features Lipa's gospel-like vocals. The song is co-written by The xx singer/guitarist Romy Madley-Croft and singer-songwriter Diana Gordon, who co-wrote Beyoncé's collaboration with Jack White, "Don't Hurt Yourself," off the singer's Lemonade album.
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Silk City has also released the official music video for "Electricity." Directed by Bradley & Pablo, the steamy visual is set during the famous New York City blackout of 1977 and shows Dua Lipa tearing up a sweaty summer loft party.