“Call You Mine ” is the fourth track in The Chainsmokers’s third studio album “World War Joy.” The track in question has got a music video and it is worth watching. The track, like the music video itself, tell a love tale, but one with a darker hue, representing an aspect of relationships many will not wish to aspire to.
The video sees Bebe Rexha poisoning the pair and for no apparent reason too. Hold on. This is not in real life but a visual rendition of the song’s message. By the way, it might end up filing many with a sense of foreboding.
The rhythm is upbeat and sensual, drawing you into the world of its beauty, and you find yourself surrendering all the way, and loving it, the experience of surrendering. Now that’s the quality good music is made of. Or what do you think?Stream “The Chainsmokers & Bebe Rexha – Call You Mine” below share on social media and join the conversation by dropping your thoughts in the comment section.