Bebe Rexha And The Chainsmokers Go Backwards In Video For New Collab, 'Call You Mine'
Bebe Rexha and The Chainsmokers have teamed for a new song called "Call You Mine."
They released the song Friday, along with a backwards video. The entire visual plays out in reverse, as Bebe evades the police in a Mercedes, with The Chainsmokers’ Drew Taggert and Alex Pall lifeless in the backseat.
It turns out that Bebe is an obsessed stalker of the duo and had hatched a plan to get them alone, drug their drinks and kidnap them.
On Twitter, The Chainsmokers explained their connection to Bebe far predates this song.
"Just want to leave a note that @BebeRexha was one of the first artist we ever met," they wrote. "We were both basically nobodies at the time but always were there for one another offering advice and supporting and now here we are 6 years later with a massive song together! We love you Bebe!"
Rexha released her own solo song "Last Hurrah" in February, and the The Chainsmokers are gearing up for their new project, World War Joy, sometime later this year. They hit the road with 5 Seconds Of Summer in August.