Final week, rapper Publish Malone, pop star Dua Lipa and hardcore punks Turnstile all performed Roskilde competition in Denmark and frolicked collectively backstage for a chaotic recreation of beer pong – try footage under.
The clip, which was initially shared by Publish Malone, sees the rapper make a formidable shot towards Turnstile earlier than the gang (that includes workforce mate Dua Lipa) goes wild.
The TikTok has now been shared over 4 million occasions. Test it out under:
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Publish Malone additionally shared this pretty group picture from the night.
Dua Lipa then shared a picture of the evening alongside a clip of her and Malone speaking techniques and making an attempt to work out who was going to take the subsequent shot. “Many random mems within the month of June” she wrote alongside the Instagram submit.
Since going public with the beer pong, followers of all three artists have been asking for a collaboration.
Turnstile are at present touring in assist of 2021’s formidable ‘GLOW ON’ whereas Dua Lipa is on the highway for 2020’s ‘Future Nostalgia’. Regardless of her gruelling tour schedule, Lipa revealed earlier this yr that her third album is “half-way completed”.
“I’ve positively grown up. Total, whether or not it’s sonically or when it comes to the themes, I’ve matured,” she stated. “It’s like I’m coming into my energy and never afraid to speak about issues,” she added of the third album. “It’s about understanding what I would like.”
As for Publish Malone, the rapper is correct at first of the touring cycle for ‘Twelve Carat Toothache’ which was launched final month.
In a four-star evaluate, NME wrote: “The occasional outdated angle and a few gentle filler materials right here and there apart, ‘Twelve Carat Toothache’ is one other step up for Publish Malone. It’s a report that feels distinctively, inimitably him and succeeds in his purpose of sharing his reality. Couple that together with his current feedback that he’s additionally discovered happiness and it looks as if every part is again on the up for Publish Malone.”