Sebastian Ingrosso & Alesso Debut Single ‘Calling (Lose My Mind)’

Sebastian Ingrosso, one third of the almighty Swedish House Mafia, and his 20 year-old protégé Alesso have teamed up with world-renowned singer/songwriter Ryan Tedder for their debut single ‘Calling (Lose My Mind)’ .

As part of Swedish House Mafia, Sebastian Ingrosso has had international hits with songs such as ‘One (Your Name)’, ‘Save The World’ and ‘Antidote’. And as head of A&R for his label, Refune, Sebastian constantly discovers and develops new talent.  Among them is Alesso who, at only 20 years old, found his career exploding with huge productions such as ‘Nillionaire’ and ‘Raise Your Head’. He’s also one of the most sought-after remixers around following huge mixes for the likes of Swedish House Mafia, David Guetta, LMFAO, Nadia Ali, Starkillers and Alex Kenji.

With ‘Raise your head’ taking over the dance floors, reaching no.1 on the DMC Buzz chart in its first week, a world exclusive play by Pete Tong and Alesso entering into no.70 DJ Mag’s top 100 poll at his first year running, Alesso is no doubt a name to count on in 2012 and beyond.

Now, having signed to Mercury Records, they are taking it to the next level with the release of ‘Calling (Lose My Mind)’. With the original version having already been a Hottest Record in the World for Zane Lowe and a top 3 track on Beatport, the new version calls upon the writing and vocal skills of One Republic’s Ryan Tedder. One Republic have had global hits with ‘Apologize’ (feat. Timbaland) and ‘Stop & Stare’.

With a global premiere by Swedish House Mafia on Pete Tong’s show and such a stellar line-up of talent, it’s only a matter of time before clubs and radio stations alike are hammering this monster track.

‘Calling (Lose My Mind)’  Official Video


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