The UK’s biggest global breakthrough artist of 2016, Jonas Blue, has now revealed the official music video for his latest single ‘Mama’ feat. Australian singer/songwriter and YouTube sensation William Singe.
The idyllic video for ‘Mama’ portrays Jonas and William’s carefree antics as they live in the moment, enjoying life’s simple pleasures. The sun-soaked visual also features luxurious yacht parties, pillow fights and long and winding road trips which emulate the relaxed attitude of the song.
Jonas co-wrote ‘Mama’ with Ed Drewett (Little Mix, One Direction, Olly Murs) and Sam Romans (Disclosure, Mary J Blige, Alicia Keys). Jonas comments: “Mama is a song about that period of your life when you’re young and carefree, without stress, bills, and problems and all you care about is having a good time with your friends every day and night!”
Australian vocalist and YouTube sensation William Singe has rapidly taken the world by storm with over 3 million Facebook followers and counting.
‘Mama’ has gone on to receive strong support from its launch earlier this month. The infectious single has reached nearly 10 million Spotify Streams so far, the highest opening tally of any of Jonas’ previous singles to date. Currently #1 on the Shazam Dance Chart, the anthemic track is also climbing up the Official Singles Chart Top 40 and the Top 5 of Shazam Future Hits Chart. Additionally, ‘Mama’ is included in the Top 10 of the Official Trending, UK iTunes and Apple Music Charts.
The music video follows on from Jonas’ debut European Tour, which saw him visit Cologne, Amsterdam, and Paris with a live band. He wrapped up his tour with a headline show at London’s Heaven with a string of guests, including British singer Calum Scott.
Jonas is gearing up for his debut appearance at EDC Las Vegas, before embarking on notable festivals this summer including V Festival, SW4 and Tomorrowland. The British hitmaker is prepping for his return to Ibiza, where he’ll play a string of dates across the Island.
Catch Jonas Blue this Summer:
Thursday 25th May – Robin Schulz & Friends – Ibiza, Spain
Saturday 27th May – We Are FSTVL – Upminster, Essex
Saturday 27th May – Pride Birmingham – Birmingham
Friday 9th June – Isle of Wight Festival – Isle of Wight
Saturday 17th June – EDC Las Vegas, Las Vegas, Nevada
Sunday 18th June – Firefly Music Festival – Dover, Deleware
Friday 23rd June – Tinderbox – Falen, Denmark
Friday 30th June – Belsonic – Belfast, Ireland
Saturday 1st July – Summer Stadium – Marseille, France
Saturday 8th July – Smag Sundance – Essen, Germany
Friday 14th July – Hippodrome de Saint Cloud – Saint Cloud, France
Saturday 15th July – Airbeat One – Neustadt Glewe, Germany
Sunday 23rd July – Tomorrowland – Boom, Belgium
Thursday 3rd August – Arenal Sound – Burriana, Spain
Friday 4th August – Open R 2017 – Uelzen, Germany
Saturday 12th August – Sunny Side Up Festival – Bali, Indonesia
Sunday 13th August – We The Fest – Jakarta, Indonesia
Saturday 19th & 20th August – V Festival – Hylands Park/Weston Park, UK
Saturday 26th August – SW4 – London, UK