The Iranian-Dutch artist has called in the alternative and innovative Canadian Grimes to speak about unrealistic expectations in the new track.
Marking the first time the pair have collaborated on music they delve into how society reflects its views, especially on female artists.
Both Sevdaliza and Grimes lyrically share their thoughts on eternal youth and beauty alongside a punchy Dutch gabber meets pop track.
Speaking on the new track, Sevdaliza says: “Admiration and adoration turn into weapons when women challenge expectations. True liberation is breaking free from inner and outer expectations, a journey worth embracing despite the bruises.”
The music video is set to air next week including “thought-provoking visual stories” according to a press release.
After the success of her track ‘Ride Or Die’ which came out earlier this year, Sevdaliza has been performing across the world this summer with the hit.
You can catch Sevdaliza live this month in Europe as she is set to do a small selection of shows in Paris, London and Geneva. Get tickets here.
Meanwhile, it has recently been revealed that Grimes is the mother of a third child named Techno Mechanicus.
The child was revealed in Musk’s new biography Elon Musk, written by Walter Isaacson who says: “He really wants smart people to have kids,” according to a review in The New York Times.
Listen to Sevdaliza’s ‘Nothing Lasts Forever’ featuring Grimes below.
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