Watch: Robyn’s “Hang With Me”

Robyn‘s Body Talk albums are killing it. Her videos are killing it. Her live show is killing it. Killing it.

(If you’ve been keeping up with Robyn this summer, you know I’m referencing “Don’t Fucking Tell Me What To Do.” The song is just one of a number of singles that burst off Body Talk pt. 1, the first of her three-part ambitious Body Talk project broken down into 8-song segments.)

As previously reported, Pt. 2 is set to arrive on September 7th via Cherrytree and, in addition to guest spots from Snoop Dogg and Diplo, the record also consists of a reworked version of “Hang With Me”. Whereas Pt. 1 introduced the track in a more subdued manner, Pt. 2‘s version is more attuned to the Robyn we all know — faster and dancier.

Speaking of the Robyn we all know, the newly unveiled video for “Hang With Me” offers a montage of scenes that illustrate the pop star’s life these day. Surprisingly, it’s not all too different from our own lives, well, aside from the parts where she’s recording beats in a home studio, riding a tour bus, and performing in front of a live audience. (Sigh.)

Either way, check out the video below. Then, have your own role in Robyn’s life by attending one of her upcoming tour dates. Full itinerary below.

Body Talk Pt. 2 Tracklist:
01 In My Eyes
02 Include Me Out
03 Hang With Me
04 Love Kills
05 We Dance to the Beat
06 Criminal Intent
07 U Should Know Better (feat. Snoop Dogg)
08 Indestructible (acoustic version)

Robyn 2010 Tour Dates:
07/27 – Boston, MA @ House of Blues #
07/30 – Toronto, ON @ Disco Lemonade: Summer Mashup Festival
07/31 – Montreal, QC @ Osheaga Festival
08/02 – Washington, DC @ 9:30 Club
08/03 – Philadelphia, PA @ Trocadero #
08/05 – New York, NY @ Webster Hall #
08/13 – Oslo, NO @ Oya Festival
08/14 – Helsinki, FI @ Suvilahden Vanha Voimala
08/20 – Trondheim, NO @ Pstereo Festival
08/21 – Chelmsford, UK @ V Festival
08/22 – Staffordshire, UK @ V Festival
08/27 – Stockholm, SE @ Popaganda Festival
# = w/ Kelis, Dan Black & Far East Movement


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