Sam Smith talks about scandalous incidents from the famous club The Body Shop

Sam Smith talks about scandalous incidents from the famous club The Body Shop
Sam Smith talks about scandalous incidents from the famous club The Body Shop

Your secrets are safe with Sam Smith, unless the singer decides to reveal them in an unforgettable pop hit. In his latest song “Unholy”, which will be part of his upcoming studio album, he joins forces with international star Kim Petras. The duo talks about scandalous incidents from the famous club “The Body Shop” on the Sunset Strip in Los Angeles. The track is definitely a bold and ambitious musical endeavor for the artist, presenting him in a never before seen light.

When the duo released the single on TikTok, the clip exploded, generating over 12 million views on Smith’s profile alone and being used in over 333,000 videos. “Unholy” was produced alongside ILYA (Max Martin, Ariana Grande, Jennifer Lopez), Blake Slatkin (Lizo, 24K Golden), Cirkut (Nicki Minaj, The Weeknd), Omer Fendi (Lil Nas X, The Kid Laroi) and longtime associate of Sam- Jimmy Napes.

We created “Unholy” in Jamaica – one of the most wonderful and fun creative moments I’ve ever had. It was cathartic to experiment in this way. It was an honor to work with Kim and witness her talent. This song is about breaking free from the shackles of foreign secrets“, says the artist.

After his debut album “In The Lonely Hour” (2014), which became number 1, the Brit has accumulated many brilliant achievements: 35 million albums sold, 250 million singles, 45 billion streams, “Golden Globe”, “Oscar”, 4 awards “Grammy”, 3 “BRIT” awards and hit collaborations with Naughty Boy (“La La La”) and Calvin Harris (“Promises”, together with Jessie Reyez).

With the premiere of “Unholy”, an upcoming album and numerous concerts, 2023 will undoubtedly be an exciting year for the musician and his fans.

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