Diplo’s ‘Win Win’ feat. Tove Lo is club perfection with its dance, dance, dance beat

Diplo and Tove Lo create dance perfection with ‘Win Win

Diplo is back this morning with yet another collab with Swedish singer songwriter Tove Lo. This time it’s Diplo’s ‘Win Win‘, a track that is club perfection as that intense, driving beat will make you want to dance, dance, dance.

Diplo himself thanked the Swedish singing sensation for her contribution to the track with a “Shout out to Tove Lo for jumping on another track’.

This is the second collab Lo has done as featured artist for Diplo, so he definitely must enjoy working with her.

The pair’s first collab was with Diplo’s electronic dance music trio Major Lazer, and the resultant track ‘Blow That Smoke‘ last year.

Diplo’s ‘Win Win‘ feat. Tove Lo now makes up a dynamic duo of tracks. Wonder if we’ll see a third one coming soon?

After all, ‘Blow That Smoke‘ hit the number 27 spot on the Hot Dance/Electronic Songs chart and I’d say, just from a few listens of Diplo’s ‘Win Win‘ this morning, this one will do even better.

After all, Tove Lo’s voice is the perfect addition to any electronic track.

‘Win Win’ feat. Tove Lo is from the American DJ and record producer’s new four-track EP Higher Ground. It released today on the Mad Decent label, and is now available on all digital music platforms.

The other tracks on the EP are a Diplo collab with Canadian DJ duo Blond:ish called ‘Give Dem’. That track also features Nigerian singer songwriter Kah-Lo. There are also two Diplo solo tracks ‘Hold You Tight’ and ‘Bubble Up‘. All four are pretty bangin’.

Listen to Diplo’s ‘Win Win‘ feat. Tove Lo in the official audio video below to get a taste of what I mean. And keep up to date on all Diplo’s upcoming collabs, because you know there will be more, on his website.

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About Michelle Topham

Brit-American journalist based in Austria, former radio DJ at 97X WOXY, and Founder/CEO of Leo Sigh. I've covered K-drama, K-pop, J-pop and music news for over a decade.