The song marks a reunion of Smith and the electronic duo that gave him an early break.
The new song also has “Latch” songwriter in common, Jimmy Napes.
Pharrell Williams, Disclosure and Dr. Dre will also have shows on the streaming service.
Specifically, they are “making tunes and getting oreo milkshakes.”
Disclosure is back on the prowl with new album, Caracal.
After kicking off another year of Disclosure with “Bang That” earlier this month, the duo returns with the help of Gregory Porter.
Instead of featured artists, the duo instead choose to focus on the groove and creating a true dance track.
“We didn’t get into this industry to steal other people’s ideas and we haven’t,” Disclosure write on Facebook.
What happens when you assemble 40 musicians in hopes of writing the greatest song ever? Apparently the answer is sketch comedy.
“Once I started writing with these artists and producers, we just clicked,” Mary J. Blige told Radio.com of her new album, which drops today.
It’s all the more reason to be counting down the days until The London Sessions drops on Dec. 2.
But, she still really likes their music.
Blige and Disclosure have reunited for the first single on her upcoming new album, ‘The London Sessions,’ which is due for release on Dec. 2.
Porter Robinson, Flume and Atmosphere will also perform at the fourth edition of this year-ending event in South Lake Tahoe, Calif.
The Brit crew of Disclosure with Sam Smith on vocals “latches” on to ScHoolboy Q for a fresh take on the track.
Mary J. Blige to Collaborate with Sam Smith, Disclosure & Emeli Sande on New Album ‘London Sessions’
Smith co-wrote the album’s lead single, “Therapy,” with Blige and Eg White.