[Listen] Marshmello’s New Song You and Me Goes Pop Punk
Marshmello has come a long way. He openly admitted that he’s Dotcom and underwent scrutiny from collaborating with the pop world. Oh well, haters gunna hate. But if you ask me, Marshmello is an inspiring producer, a great support system, and a role model. His engagement with his fans is warm and loving. He’s visiting children numerous children who look up to him and he’s being involved in philanthropic works. Watching Marshmello over the years, he has come a long way and you can tell from his new song. You and Me. Marshmello‘s New Song You and Me is perfection.
The official Silence Music Video was released today. Marshmello‘s “Wolves” feat Selena Gomez will be available on Oct.25.
Marshmello’s New Song You And Me With Exclusive Marshmello Vocals
I’m one to admit, Marshmello has changed over the course of a few years. Obviously, it’s not a bad thing. All artists change and experiment. There’s nothing wrong with that. He’s collaborated with amazing artists such as Jauz, Ookay, Khalid, Skrillex, Far East Movement, Noah Cyrus and Selena Gomez, just to name a few.
You and Me is a perfect break unity of Marshmello‘s sound and vocals. The “Moving On” producer brings out pop/punk in his new song and it’s exciting! Marshmello shows off his voice in You and Me. Of course, they’re accents here and there but the song vocally dominant along with an accent of guitar riffs. It’s a perfect bond. After the releases of his remixes of Silence, it’s a matter of time before Wolves comes out!
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