Just last week, NERVO, Paris Hilton and Tinie premiered their gloriously bonkers and juicy video for their growing hit, ‘Pickle’. Now Paris has revealed the behind the scenes on the video, and you can watch it below:

Paris Hilton's Behind the Scenes "Pickle" Music Video with @nervo

Paris takes us backstage on the ‘Pickle’ video shoot, candidly chatting to twin sisters NERVO between takes of filming their sultry scenes.

The official video has become one of the most talked about video releases of the year – make sure to go check it out here. Causing a stir and packed full of innuendos, the video is wildly fun and is not to be missed.

The trio collaborated on the track a couple of years ago, and NERVO premiered the song at their Tomorrowland performance in 2019. Anticipation grew for an official release and their wish came true this month when the track was released to the world and the video dropped a week later. The single is quickly climbing charts all over the world.

‘Pickle’ was added into a whopping 22 New Music Friday playlists on Spotify globally including UK as well as All New, All Now and Singled Out, plus several playlists across Apple Music, Deezer, YouTube Music and Amazon Music all upon release.

In celebration of the single release, NERVO have collaborated with Unami Burger over in the U.S, for a special limited edition Pickle Burger! The NERVO Pickle Burger is the latest collaboration in Umami Burger’s artist series, which has previously featured Jayden Smith, Bon Jovi, and Cindy Crawford. The burger features the new Umami burger patty, provolone cheese, fried pickles, and a special jalapeño pickle ranch all on a brioche bun. See what it looks like here:

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