Charli XCX reunites with Justin Raisen for new song “London Queen”

7 Oct

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Charli XCX has unveiled a new song online.

“London Queen” is lifted from the British singer/songwriter’s sophomore album, “Sucker,” out on December 16 via Neon Gold / Atlantic Records.

Production duties on “London Queen” were handled by Justin Raisen, who also teamed up with XCX on “True Romance” cuts “Nuclear Seasons,” “Take My Hand,” “Stay Away” and “Black Roses.”

As previously reported, “Sucker” yields additional alliances with Stargate (Tinashe, Bebe Rexha), Benny Blanco (Miguel, Ed Sheeran), Cashmere Cat (Maroon 5, Ariana Grande) and Robopop (Lana Del Rey, Sean Paul).

XCX – born Charlotte Aitchison – also confirmed songwriting placements on the next projects by Rihanna [SRP / Roc Nation Records], Gwen Stefani [Mad Love / Interscope Records] and Sky Ferreira [Capitol Records].

Some of her notable credits include “I Love It” by Icona Pop [Big Beat / Atlantic Records], “So Alive” by Neon Jungle [RCA Records] and “OctaHate” by Ryn Weaver [Friends Keep Secrets / Interscope Records].

Listen to “London Queen” below.

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