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Check out a preview of Charli XCX's Sky Ferreira collab, 'Cross You Out'

It's set to drop this Friday, 16th August.
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Published: 8:27 pm, August 14, 2019
Check out a preview of Charli XCX's Sky Ferreira collab, 'Cross You Out'

Charli XCX is teasing her imminent 'collab' with Sky Ferreira.

Titled 'Cross You Out', the new track is set to drop this Friday (16th September), and is the latest preview from her forthcoming album 'Charli'.

To preview the song, our Chaz has shared a lip-sync video to the track, which you can check out below.

We've already heard a decent chunk of Charli, which features the previously revealed 'Gone', featuring Christine & The Queens, as well as the Lizzo-tastic 'Blame It On Your Love' and Troye Sivan starring '1999'. Other guests to appear on the record include Haim and Clairo. The full thing is set to drop on 13th September.

If we're talking about 'collabs', it's worth mentioning the recent hint at a team up between Charli and The 1975's Matty Healy and George Daniel, as well as their creative muse and label mate No Rome. Hints at that appeared over the weekend - you can read more about that here.

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