New track with Beauz available now
Grammy Award-winning global superstars and dream duo, Zedd and Maren Morris, have reunited on what is bound to be another chart topping single entitled “Make You Say.” The timeless and highly infectious track, which also includes multitalented electronic duo, Beauz, follows the pair’s 2018 collaboration on breakout hit “The Middle”, which was just officially certified 6x Platinum by the RIAA.
On “Make You Say”, Zedd and Morris have once again cracked the code for the perfect cross-genre smash designed for mass appeal. Co-written by Zedd, Morris, Beauz, Charlie Puth, and Jacob Kasher Hindlin (One Direction, Selena Gomez, Dua Lipa, Maroon 5), in combination with Zedd’s seamless signature production and Maren’s powerhouse vocals, “Make You Say” will undoubtedly be another iconic anthem.
“I started working on this record with Beauz about three or four years ago,” Zedd shares. “We went back and forth slowly, refining the production over the years, and then Charlie and I got in the studio and wrote the topline for the track. Maren recorded a demo of it and sounded phenomenal, so I met her in Nashville, and we recorded the final vocal to ‘Make You Say’ and she took the song to a whole new level. ‘Make You Say’ is the kickoff of a new chapter for me and I can’t wait for the world to hear it.”
“I loved working with Zedd again on ‘Make You Say’ after such a thrill ride with ‘The Middle,’” Morris adds. “It’s such a vibey melody and making the music video was definitely a first for me as far as choreography and animation go. The fans are gonna flip.”
In addition, the music video for the track, which is part of Apple’s “Made on iPad” campaign, is also available. The “Made On iPad” campaign highlights how iPad’s powerful performance, versatility and portability has provided inspiration to creators all over the world. Apple Pencil seamlessly works with iPad and powerful apps to make iPad the ultimate tool. Using the video animation app FlipaClip, the rotoscoping technique is shown in the video for “Make You Say” to showcase the level of creativity that can be achieved with iPad.