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British singer-songwriter Charlie XCX has released a new single with a music video full of famous celebrity “Boys.”

The singer unveiled her new music across all her social media accounts on July 27. It is the “Boom-Clap” hit singer’s follow-up to her March-released mixtape, Number 1 Angel.

“Angels!! The boys video is finally here!!” she said. 

The music video, directed by the singer herself, included Brendon Urie, Diplo, G Eazy, Jack Antonoff, Mark Ronson, Riz Ahmed, Ty Dolla Sign, Vampire Weekend, Vance Joy, Jay Park, Mac DeMarco, D.R.A.M., Charlie Puth, and many more.

The diverse set of boys can be seen messing around (ya know, doin’ their own thang) in pink and pastel backgrounds as if depicting a girl daydreaming about her ultimate crush. Cute!

Charlie XCX also playfully included a disclaimer: “No boys were harmed making this video.”

“Boys” is the second single of the 24-year-old singer’s upcoming third studio album, according to sources of news site Variety. It is set for release late 2017 or early 2018. 

“[The album is] split into half a straight-up pop album and half a more club-oriented record. It’s all pop, but some of it’s harder and more aggressive, and you’ll want to take more drugs to [one] half than the other,” she said in an Entertainment Weekly interview.

We can’t wait to hear more of Charlie XCX’s new songs!

Watch the dreamy music video of Boys here:

Photo from Variety 


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