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P-Money x CalmTheFvckDown ‘New Love’ Video Released

P-Money x CalmTheFvckDown ‘New Love’ Video Released

A one-off collaboration between Hamilton based producer duo CalmTheFvckDown and master of the mix P-Money, the sexy video for sultry dance single ‘New Love’ was released last night with a premiere on P-Money's website here.

After catching his attention, the collaboration came about when P-Money reached out to CalmTheFvckDown and sent them a rough idea of the track.

“They sent a version back to me and after a few more emails back and forth we have this. And the results are amazing,” he said.

Capturing the vibe of the track, the beautifully shot and grabbing video waves between the stripped back and the stripped bare in a telling juxtaposition of love and lust.

This isn’t the first time P-Money’s delved in Dance, his Gold-selling single ‘Everything’ topped the Kiwi charts and also broke into the UK Dance Top 20.

'New Love' is also available for purchase from iTunes now. Watch the new video here.

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