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Liam Payne And Zedd Travel The World In ‘Get Low’ Video

Zedd and Liam Payne released one of the biggest songs of the summer when they teamed up in July for the dance hall, club-infused EDM fusion track “Get Low.”

The sexually-charged lyrics are delivered with attitude by former One Direction member Liam Payne, who sings, “I don’t care to get too loud, sexy, I want you now / Bet I could take you there, whispering in your ear.” Sounding strikingly similar to Nick Jonas, Payne continues to spread his musical wings beyond the pop sounds of 1D.

Now the pair have released a tour footage video for the high energy track, with cameras following hitmaker Zedd around the world as he plays shows and takes in the sites. Liam pops up for a number of shots, including the photo shoot for the artwork for “Get Low,” where the friends pose and check out the local wildlife. DJ Steve Aoki and singer Hailee Steinfeld, who recorded “Starving” with Zedd, also make appearances in the new video.

Liam Payne and Zedd performed their new single today on Good Morning America, which also included a performance between Zedd and iHeartRadio MMVA host Alessia Cara for their 2017 banger “Stay.”

Wow! Thanks for having us @goodmorningamerica loved it!

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“Get Low” marks Payne’s second post-One Direction single, with the singer previously releasing the track “Strip That Down” featuring Quavo earlier this year.

Payne has yet to announce when he’ll be releasing his first solo album in full, but as for Zedd, the German DJ will be playing a number of festivals this summer, including VELD Music Festival in Toronto on August 5 and Chasing Summer in Calgary on August 6. Zedd will hit the road this fall for his tour, which kicks off September 29 in Vancouver.