Get ready for some new tracks, because fan favorite SG Lewis is coming with new music alongside Tove Lo and Nelly Furtado.
The “Maneater” songstress then took to her on account to share video of the trio discussing the upcoming track.
Furtado can be heard in the video saying “What are you making?” while staring directly at the camera with the producer and songwriter.
As of late, Lewis left manager, Talya Elitzer, and Godmode, the boutique firm she co-founded. Channel Tres and Lizzy McAlpine also parted ways with the longtime manager as well.
Lewis and McAlpine both signed on as management clients, in April and May of 2023, respectively, on the heels of major successes. SG Lewis released his second album AudioLust & HigherLove in January, which featured Channel Tres, Tove Lo and others. It peaked at No. 13 on the Top Dance/Electronic Albums chart.
Lewis recently performed at Coachella 2023 in the festival lineup with Tove Lo, and spoke to “Office Magazine” about his return to performing live.
“The return of shows – not just playing them, but attending them too. It’s crazy to think how long we went without them. That feeling of shared euphoria in a crowd is my favorite thing in the world,” he stated.
On producing new music, Lewis also shared that he is chasing a ‘euphoric’ feeling when creating new tracks.
He went on to add, “It’s always about a pursuit of euphoria in one way or another. That feeling of overflowing emotion is something I chase constantly, and it’s always in the back of my head.”
Furtado also made headlines as of late when she mentioned that young people should focus on the mentality of ‘less is more’ when it comes to their skin.
“I think less is more, and I think that it’s an important message because I think there’s too much experimentation going on with people in their 20s and 30,” Furtado, a 45-year-old mom of one, told PEOPLE in an October interview. “I think they’re experimenting too much with their skin, with new trendy things that come out.”
Furtado also released a new collaboration with Timbaland and Justin Timberlake earlier this year. “Keep Going Up” is the trio’s first collaboration in 16 years, following 2007’s “Give It to Me.”
The track is just part of Furtado’s new embrace of life. “I’m just leaning in a lot more. I’m leaning into what I do for a living and I’m finally realizing 23 years later, I’m really good at this. I love being on stage. I love writing songs. I love spreading joy,” she said.