Renowned hitmaker Mustard teams up with Nick Jonas on their new single, ‘Anywhere’, ahead of Mustard’s appearance at the EDC Festival, Las Vegas, next week.

Famed hip hop producer and music executive, Mustard (10 Summers/Interscope Records) has teamed up with pop superstar Nick Jonas for their new single, ‘Anywhere’, released today. The record effortlessly strings together traces of pop, hip hop and electronica, lending to the song’s crossover appeal. The blended track complements Jonas’ voice perfectly; maintaining its purity while extracting a soulful edge as Jonas riffs on an ear-catching chorus.

The release is a welcome addition to Mustard’s growing list of multi-platinum projects. The Los-Angeles-born producer has worked with artists such as YG, 2 Chainz and Chris Brown, solidifying his position as a hit maker. Over the years, he has released two albums of his own, ’10 Summers’ (2014) and ‘Cold Summer’ (2016); and in 2017 he collaborated with RJMrLA on The Ghetto. Now, through his work with Jonas, Mustard hopes to expand his reach and prove his versatility.

Always working, Mustard will be performing at the EDC Festival in Las Vegas on Sunday, May 20. Fans can also catch him during his weekly Las Vegas residency at Marquee and Tao, set to run through Fall 2018. Further information and tickets for EDC can be found here.

Mustard and Nick’s “Anywhere” is now available at all digital retailers and can be streamed and downloaded here. Listen to the official audio on Mustard’s VEVO:

Mustard, Nick Jonas - Anywhere (Audio)

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