The much-awaited collab between Trevor Daniel & Selena Gomez is out NOW!
After teasing us with their posts on Instagram, the anticipated ‘Past Life’ Remix is finally slating digital platforms today! And to tell you, we can say that the wait was well worth it. You can freely check their remix below!
The “Lose You To Love Me” singer was enamored by the song’s rawness and honesty. With its melancholic lyricism, we can honestly say that Selena somehow relates to Trevor’s single.
“When I heard the song the first time, I loved the fact that it was kind of a story about all the things that we tend to hold onto and the patterns that we have. And I’m very, very vocal about my personal experiences making decisions that aren’t necessarily healthy for me,” she spilled via her twitter.
— Selena Gomez (@selenagomez) June 26, 2020
Quarantine? Not a thing!
Due to the pandemic, the two singers had to be creative for the videos of their newly-released track. Surprisingly, the music stars served us a great lyric video as they added a treat for their fans.
Without any hints, Selena and Trevor filmed a lyric video in the form of an Instagram Live, with lyrics acting as the comments of the video. Perhaps, they were sitting in the same room while having fun this recording. Try to get their vibe below!
Out of the loop?
If you’ve been keeping up with our latest releases, then you’ve probably read the backstory on how the unlikely partnership between the duo came about. But if not, you can check it out here!
The original version of ‘Past Life‘ is a melancholic R&B infused with trap. However, in this remixed version, the combination of Trevor Daniel’s airy vocals and Selena Gomez’s sultry voice is certainly an exciting yet intriguing prospect. And after the first listen, suffice to say that the idea clearly worked!
“Last night was the last night of my past life Got me here like you can never figure me out Last night was the last time, was the last time I’ll never let you figure me out Sitting here, talking to myself Thinking how I used to use you Only thing I’m used to Last night was the last night of my past life, woah.”
Although the overall tone of the song is quite upbeat, obviously the lyrics are opposite. Honestly, chorus would have to be my favorite part, not just because of the lyrics, which are awesome, but because of how it encapsulates feelings of anxiety and lingering doubts. You may noticed that the words are repeating, which may seem to signify emotional unrest in the past.
But the good thing is, the track flaunts a perspective of moving forward where we can absolutely learn something. That it’s okay to be sad or to feel heartaches, however, we shouldn’t linger on them.
Stream the full song in any music streaming platforms and also on Spotify!
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