Powerhouse musician's #PINK and #Sia have collaborated on a new single titled 'Waterfall.' The song was produced and co-written by Norwegian production team Stargate and is slated to be released in the coming week. Stargate has previously worked on hit songs like Beyonce's 'Irreplaceable,' Fifth Harmony's 'Worth It' and Rihanna's tracks 'Diamond's' and 'Don't Stop the Music. This is the first time that Pink and Sia are collaborating.

Sia invited Pink to collaborate

An article published on Billboard revealed that Sia asked Pink to work with her on 'Waterfall,' a song which she also co-wrote with Diplo and Jr Blender. Sia has written many hit songs in the past for musicians Beyonce, Britney Spears, Katy Perry, Rita Ora, Rihanna, and Adele, to name a few.

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'Waterfall' is a dancehall-style song and it was released on Spotify today. Stargate has also posted snippets of the song on their social media accounts. 'Waterfall' is a pop song that features dark synthetic notes in the background and vocals from Sia and Pink. The verses and choruses were equally divided among the singers. The chorus focuses on one particular line as Pink and Sia chant "I'm in your waterfall" repeatedly. The song will be available for purchase on March 10th, 2017 and is slated to climb the charts with the powerful team behind it.

Stargate signs with Sony RCA

Stargate is a record producing and songwriting team based in New York City and made up of Tor Erik Hermansen and Mikkel Storleer Eriksen. The duo has worked on many top pop hits, but they have now branched out on their own under Sony RCA Records.

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'Waterfall' is their debut single. The star-producers first gained notoriety in 1999 with their work for S Club 7 on the tracks 'S Club Party' and 'Two In A Million.' It wasn't until 2006 when they broke the international market with their work on Ne-Yo's track 'So Sick' and many of Rihanna's earlier songs like 'Take a Bow,' 'Rude Boy,' and 'S&M.' They have recently worked on Major Lazer's new single 'Run Up' and Coldplay's album 'Head Full of Dreams.' Since signing with Sony RCA, they will begin to release songs under their name.