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IVE and Saweetie drop remake of Icona Pop’s ‘All Night’

K-pop girl group IVE have released their upcoming new single ‘All Night’, a collaboration with American rapper Saweetie.

Released today (January 19), ‘All Night’ by IVE and Saweetie is a remake of Icona Pop‘s hit 2013 single of the same title, featuring a brand-new rap verse by the latter. Also atypical for K-pop releases, the song doesn’t feature any individual lines for the members of IVE.

‘All Night’ dropped alongside a music video that follows IVE throwing an office party, before they are soon joined by Saweetie. “With the love this deep, we don’t need no sleep / And it feels like we could do this all night,” the girl group sing on the chorus.

IVE recently won big during the Korean awards season, bringing home an Album Bonsang at the 38th Golden Disc Awards, a Best Artist at the 2023 Asia Artist Awards and Album of the Year at the 2023 Melon Music Awards, among others.

The girl group also previously announced the stops and dates for their 2024 ‘Show What I Have’ world tour, featuring legs in Japan, Southeast Asia, North America and Europe.

In related news, Icona Pop released ‘Club Romantech’, their first album in 10 years, in September 2023. The record featured Joel Corry, Sofi Tukker, Yaeger, Ultra Nate and Galantis among the collaborators.

Earlier that year, Icona Pop teamed up with Galantis for their single ‘I Want You’, which came off the back of the 10th anniversary of Charli XCX collaboration ‘I Love It’.

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