MIKE POSNER RELEASES NEW SINGLE "SLOW IT DOWN"
AFTER RETURNING TO WALK ACROSS AMERICA
- Genre : Rock
- Type: News
- Author : Team ARTISTdirect
- Date : Tue, 17 Sep 2019
Commemorating his crossing from Colorado into Arizona, Mike Posner releases "Slow It Down", his first single since his triumphant return to the Walk Across America. Despite being severely injured from a rattle-snake bite about a month ago, there is no stopping Mike, and he will continue to persevere by releasing more new music in tandem with crossing state lines along his journey. He has officially walked over 2,000 miles on his trip. "Slow It Down" follows his two releases, "Look What I've Become" with Ty Dolla $ign, and "Prince Akeem" ft. Wiz Khalifa.
"Three weeks ago I was bit... by a f***ing rattle snake. Thought it wasn't gonna be that big a deal, but ended up I was in the hospital... 5 days, 3 in the ICU. Now it's time to finish my f***ing walk across America. That s***'s not gonna stop me, LET'S F***KING GO."
- Mike Posner
About MIKE POSNER:
Since 2009, multi-platinum pop singer and songwriter Mike Posner has quietly become one of the world’s most inescapable and recognizable voices. 2010 yielded the double-platinum “Cooler Than Me” and platinum-certified “Please Don’t Go” and “Bow Chicka Wow Wow.” In between tours with artists such as Justin Bieber, Mike became one of the industry’s most sought after hitmakers. He’s the man behind a string of smashes including Maroon 5’s six-times platinum “Sugar,” Justin Bieber’s triple-platinum “Boyfriend,” and Labrinth ft. Emeli Sandé ‘s “Beneath Your Beautiful,” in addition to songs for everybody from Pharrell, Wiz Khalifa, and Big Sean to T.I., Snoop Dogg, and Avicii. In 2016, Mike’s second full-length album, At Night, Alone. [on Island Records] included the ubiquitous RIAA 4x-platinum smash “I Took A Pill In Ibiza”—which has amassed over 3 billion worldwide streams, made history as “one of Spotify’s Top 10 Most Streamed Songs of All Time,” and earned Mike a 2017 Grammy® nomination for “Song of The Year.”