Fred again.. announces collaboration with Swedish House Mafia
‘Turn On The Lights Again’ is set to drop this week
Fred again.. has announced that he is dropping a track with Swedish House Mafia this week titled ‘Turn On The Lights Again’.
The track will be a part of his forthcoming project ‘Actual Life 3’, which sees collaborations with Romy, HAAi, Skrillex, Headie One and more.
The DJ and producer took to his Discord channel to announce the news first, where he said that this collaboration is the reason that he pushed back his highly anticipated ‘Actual Life 3’, saying that he wanted to finish the Swedish House Mafia track after it garnered a good reaction.
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He then shared the news on his other social media channels. Writing on Instagram - Fred said: “Arite so parrrrt of the reason I had to push back AL3 is cos of the nuts reaction to turn on the lights that jus made me wanna finish it and get that shit ouuutttttt.”
Last week the producer posted a TikTok saying he need to push back the release of ‘Actual Life 3’ by “about three weeks.” The TikTok said “it’s my favourite thing I’ve made so I don’t want to rush the end you know.”
“I see you all in my DM’s n shit and I hella appreciate it,” the TikTok continues. “It inspires me every day to try n make it better. So thank you, and give us a sec.”
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The original “deadline” for ‘Actual Life 3’ was meant to be Fred’s birthday (July 19), the producer confirmed online.
Fred again.. has previously worked with Swedish House Mafia as he is credited as a producer on the trio's track ‘Calling On’ from their debut album ‘Paradise Again’.
Last month Fred again.. released his track ‘Jungle’ which became an instant online hit. He has also released a rework of ‘Jungle’ with American rapper Rico Nasty.
In November, Fred again.. featured as our digital cover star. We unpacked the story of his musical journey and how he views the world through a musical lens. You can read Fred's story on Mixmag here.
Aneesa Ahmed is Mixmag's Digital Intern, follow her on Twitter