Charli XCX Drops “After The Afterparty” Featuring Lil Yachty Remix EP

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UPDATE // DECEMBER 9:

If you have plans to get turnt this weekend, you're in luck! Charli XCX has an "After The Afterparty" remix EP with re-workings from Jax Jones, Chocolate Puma, Vice and frequent collaborator Danny L Harle of PC Music.

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UPDATE // OCTOBER 27: Charli XCX's new song "After The Afterparty" is a sugary sweet melodic affair.

“After the afterparty, we're gonna keep it going / We're gonna rip it up, the neighbours might complain”, she sings over a twinkly production and monstrous beat.

It's youthful, anthemic and quirky Monday through Sunday. Listen to the rebellious new tune below:




EARLIER // OCTOBER 15:

Charli XCX readies her return with new song "After The Afterparty" with help from rapper Lil Yachty.

The pop star is more comfortable in her skin than ever. Not only is she finalizing her upcoming record which she says is "the most pop thing I’ve done," but fans can expect the first taste of it later this month ("After The Afterparty" will reportedly drop Oct. 28).

“I’m going to be putting a record out soon and it’s going to be the most pop thing I’ve done," she said earlier this year. "I’m just finishing it but I can’t say anything yet. I’ve been in LA chilling and it’s great to be back in London.”

The Sucker singer also said this year it's "the most pop [..] and the most electronic" album she had produced yet and it seems that statement still holds true as she has collaborated with SOPHIE, BloodPop and Stargate for the bulk of the songs. SOPHIE produced the brilliant "Vroom Vroom" that was debuted on Beats 1 Radio last year. "There are some high-octane plastic moments and then more piano ballad situations," Charli went on to say.

And if that doesn't hype you up, here's a new photo of Charli posing naked. Like I said: comfortable.

🇨🇳 💖 going to China brb 💖 🇨🇳

A photo posted by CHARLI XCX (@charli_xcx) on


Here's the album art:


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