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Rudimental x Major Lazer New Video

Rudimental and Major Lazer have unveiled the official music video for new track ‘Let Me Live’ featuring Anne-Marie and Mr Eazi.

The track is lifted from Rudimental’s upcoming third studio album ‘Toast To Our Differences’, due out on 07 September 2018. The collaborative hit features pop singing sensation Anne-Marie, who is signed to Rudimental’s Major Tom’s imprint. Her debut album ‘Speak Your Mind’ entered the UK Album Charts at No.3, making her one of this year’s biggest breakout artists.

Also appearing on the track is rising Afro-beat star Mr Eazi, alongside vocals from five-time Grammy-winning South African choral group Ladysmith Black Mambazo. The video was shot on location between London and Johannesburg by South African director Chris Saunders – WATCH IT HERE:

Iconic dance music crew Major Lazer comprises of Diplo, Jillionaire and Walshy Fire. They have accumulated over 12 billion streams and are one of Spotify’s Top 10 most-listened to artists in the world. The trio are no stranger to collaborations and have previously joined musical forces with the likes of Justin Bieber and MØ on hit single ‘Cold Water’ as well as DJ Snake and MØ on ‘Lean On’.

BRIT-award winning collective Rudimental are one of the UK’s biggest and most successful acts. They recently released their Platinum-selling UK No.1 track ‘These Days’ featuring Macklemore, Jess Glynne, Dan Caplen and have sold more than 20 million singles and two million albums worldwide.

The band will be hitting the road on their biggest UK tour to date this October, which will include two huge finale shows at London’s Alexandra Palace after stopping off in Glasgow, Nottingham, Leeds, Newcastle, Sheffield, Birmingham, Manchester and Bournemouth.

In addition, Rudimental have a set of residency dates lined-up at Ibiza Rocks with guests including Anne-Marie, J Hus, David Rodigan, Raye, Not3s, Octavian, James Arthur, MIST and more.

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