EVERGLOW Teams Up With Gaming Music Legend, TheFatRat, For New Single “Ghost Light”

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K-Pop girl group, EVERGLOW, has teamed up with gaming music legend, TheFatRat, for a tantalizing collaboration on the single, “Ghost Light (Korean Ver.)” Automatically transporting you into a new world within seconds of listening to the track, the mysterious yet sweet vocals of the ladies of EVERGLOW pull the audience in as it then transforms into a beat that we can imagine the members’ doing a flawless choreography to. The collaboration between TheFatRat and EVERGLOW makes so much sense as these artists came together to effortlessly create and execute a track that brings in such a mix of sounds and emotions through its lyrics and instrumentals, despite this being the latter’s first team up with a dance music artist.

In regards to working with the K-Pop group, TheFatRat had this to say, “’Ghost Light’ has a large variety in vocal styles. Luckily with Everglow I found a perfect match for each part. I loved how Si-Heyon and Aisha made the verses sweet but mysterious, E:U gave the right energy to the bridge and Mia and Onda simply killed the powerful parts in the chorus.” Per EVERGLOW, Aisha says, “[This collaboration] has a special place in my heart, and the fact that we got to work with Chris (TheFatRat) was such an honor.” Si-Hyeon adds, “My personal highlight was to record ‘come and get me’ in an almost yelling manner. I think that part of the song hypes up the energy and will be fun to listen to.”

TheFatRat has accumulated over 100 million views within a few weeks with his 2014 song, “Xenogenesis,” which has been used for years by his YouTube gaming audience as a way to end their gamer videos. The Outro is currently sweeping social media and engaging celebrities, fans and media alike, as seen by Nick Kroll on The Tonight Show, Subtronics at Lost Lands, and Barstool Sports. As for EVERGLOW, the girls are currently gearing up for their Southeast Asia tour set to start in two weeks.

“Ghost Light” English and Korean versions are now available to listen to on all music streaming platforms now!

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