This week saw the long-awaited release of year-old singer-songwriter's remixed version of his romantic, funk-pop jam "Lost in Japan," which receives a far more amplified sound with the assistance of the Russian-German DJ. The track, which appears on Mendes' self-titled third studio album, served as the second single upon its arrival in late March. Zedd's EDM edit expands the pop star's typically-swoony vocals with a distorted edge, which happens to pair well with the abundance of bouncing bass grooves to accentuate the song's club-worthy charm. Hear the "Lost in Japan" remix below: Mendes and Zedd's "Lost in Japan" rework comes four months after the pair confirmed the project to iHeartRadio exclusively via Twitter back in May. Given the year-old's background with scoring collabs with the likes of Alessia Cara , Selena Gomez , and Liam Payne , fans were eager to pitch the possibility of the two recording artists teaming up in the future. We felt the same and thought the musicians could use a slight nudge of motivation — because that's what best friends are for!
Big in Japan (Remix) (As Made Famous by Alphaville)
Big In Japan (Jay Frog Remix) by Mynoorey on Beatport
The timing of the song was influenced by " The Safety Dance ", changing the speed to double-time , halfway through the song. The melody was developed by all three members of the band, working in their provincial home studio. As you know, there's a considerable musical market in Japan. If you wanted to become famous, what you should do was to form a hard rock group and then release an album over there; it would definitely sell well The statement fit well to my storyline about a couple of drug addicted lovers and moreover provided the title for the prospective song.