1 Song, 3 Minutes


Khalid adds anxious soul melody to this lovelorn electro ballad.


Khalid adds anxious soul melody to this lovelorn electro ballad.


Ratings and Reviews

4.6 out of 5
72 Ratings
72 Ratings

Love it!!!!

diaz ➕✖️

Martin Garrix never fails to amaze me!!!

Pretty decent


Was expecting a little more of a dance track, but that’s where the remixes come in. All in all good, love Khalid’s vocals and he fits into the song well but the sound is too popish and mainstream. Wish Garrix had experimented a little more and come up with a banger (like “Animals,” “Byte,” “Game Over,” “Forever”) that also had Khalid’s mellow voice in it to get that balance.

Love it


I’ve been waiting for this song for a while 😁

About Martin Garrix

Few DJs have risen faster than Martin Garrix. In 2013, when he was just 16, the Dutch dance-music fan (born Martijn Garritsen in May 1996) paid for his ticket to Miami’s Ultra Music Festival, along with 330,000 other attendees; the following year, he performed there—and also at Coachella, Electric Daisy Carnival, and Tomorrowland. The catalyst was his breakout hit, “Animals,” an electro-house anthem that sent shockwaves through EDM, setting the tone for several years’ worth of big-room bangers. (It also got the attention of Justin Bieber manager Scooter Braun, who scooped up the teenaged producer for his roster.) By the time Garrix was 20, DJ Magazine named him the world’s No. 1 DJ. Since then, he has straddled dance cred and pop crossover, collaborating with fellow DJs Dillon Francis, Hardwell, and Tiësto (Garrix's mentor and early champion) as well as Usher, Ed Sheeran, and Dua Lipa. He’s come a long way from the savagery of “Animals”: One of his signature moves, in songs like “In the Name of Love,” with Bebe Rexha, or “Ocean,” with Khalid, is something like the EDM equivalent of the power ballad: taking a silky, sensitive mood and building up the synths and drums until they sound all but indestructible.

Amsterdam, Netherlands
May 14, 1996