Nina Nesbitt, Sasha Sloan and Charlotte Lawrence feature on Spotify's first multi-artist single

Written by frtyfve Team

Spotify has released its first-ever multi-artist single to coincide with Women’s History Month.

Launching the Louder Together campaign, Spotify is encouraging artists to collaborate to record original tracks to be released on the streaming service. Showcasing three of the most exciting rising female stars in the industry, the first multi-artist Spotify single, ‘Psychopath’, features SashaSloanNina Nesbitt and Charlotte Lawrence.

Spotify first launched its singles program in 2016, releasing playlists featuring a new single and a cover on a weekly basis. In addition to their original track, the trio also covered ‘Girls Just Want to Have Fun’.

According to Spotify’s press release, the recording process went extremely well:

The three indie darlings started the process as strangers and were tasked with creating and recording the first ever multi-artist collaboration for a Spotify Single. After six hours in a room together, the three, along with artist and producer King Henry, built a bond (the girls even joked about wanting to form a girl band!) that led them to produce ‘Psychopath,’ an empowering track for any girl going through a break-up about the complications of being in love and the consequences of a relationship gone wrong.”

In just one day, the release has picked up over 35,000 streams and with features on ‘Good Vibes’ and ‘Spotify Sessions: Singles’, it enjoys over 2.1 million track followers (TalentAI).


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