Far East Movement's 'If I Die Tomorrow' Ft. Tokio Hotel's Bill Kaulitz


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The lead singer of Tokio Hotel tackles the hook, singing about celebrating a day in his life as if he were to die.

Far East Movement release another new song. After teaming with Justin Bieber in a catchy single "Live My Life", the group nab Tokio Hotel's frontman Bill Kaulitz as their collaborator in this newly-debuted track "If I Die Tomorrow".

They will include the song in their upcoming second studio installment "Dirty Bass". Over the club-ready beat, Bill sings the chorus in Auto-Tuned voice, "If I die tomorrow, that means we had the night of our lives/ If tomorrow never comes, then tonight we lose control."

"When we first signed to Cherrytree [Records], we went on the website and see who's on the roster ... and we saw Tokio Hotel, and we were like 'Yo, this band is wild'," Kev Nish told MTV News. "So we got in with Bill Kaulitz and we just wanted to do a song about losing yourself, about possibly losing your mind, because you might die the next day."



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