Singer-songwriter Dua Lipa has collaborated with Jag to make music in a completely new way.
With Jaguar’s custom software, she has created an exclusive remix of her latest track, ‘Want To’ and empowered fans all over the world to create personalised remixes using their own data.
This can be achieved from the way they drive, the songs they listen to — or simply by tapping a rhythm on a mobile.
Over a million different remixes are possible, with multiple tempos and versions based on a range of music genres from hip-hop and dance, to orchestral, pop music and drum and bass.
The track has already become the most remixed song in history following its launch at an exclusive gig at Sugar City in Amsterdam.
Music fans and stars from across Europe, including supermodel Doutzen Kroes and actress Alix Benezech, drove the all-electric I-PACE to create their own versions.
To create her own remix of ‘Want To’, Dua Lipa drove the Jaguar I-PACE, and her style of driving was captured by the car’s intelligent sensors.
From the amount of electrical energy consumed, to the way the singer accelerated and braked, the data captured was used to influence the track — from the tempo to the arrangement and the overall feel.
The Dua Lipa x Jaguar version of ‘Want To’ appears on the album ‘Dua Lipa The Complete Collection’, to be released this Friday.
The singer said she was excited to push the boundaries of music and technology for my fans.
“It’s pretty mind-blowing that anyone can create their own unique version of my single ‘Want To’ based on the way they drive a Jaguar, or what music they listen to,” she said.
“It’s crazy to think that the data from my drive in the electric I-PACE can alter the energy of my music to create a totally new and incredible sound.”
It’s not only drivers who can remix the track.
Music fans across the globe will also be able to create their own versions of the song by using Jaguar’s clever remix software at http://remix.jointhepace.com.
The app allows users to remix the track using their Spotify streaming history, taking data from the music they listen to and rearranging elements of the track to create a personalised version.
Those without a Spotify account can also create a remix in the app by tapping their mobile to ‘set the pace’ of a new version of the song.
All remixes can then be shared via the user’s social channels.
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