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Troye Sivan Teases Sultry New Single 'Got Me Started'

Troye Sivan Teases Sultry New Single 'Got Me Started'

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The new song will be the follow-up to “Rush” in Troye Sivan’s upcoming album Something to Give Each Other.

Troye Sivan is just getting started.

Following the massive success of “Rush” and its music video, Sivan is starting his gears for the second single off of his upcoming album Something to Give Each Other.

The new single, titled “Got Me Started,” was initially teased in a thirst trap shared by Sivan earlier this week on Instagram. Now, the singer is making it official that this is the title of the song and will be his next single.

He shared a teaser of the song on TikTok and wrote in the caption: “Can I interest anyone in a second single? Or should we just do another ‘Rush’ remix?”

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Got Me Started. pre-save now 🤲

Besides “Rush” and “Got Me Started,” the other tracks on Something to Give Each Other still haven’t been disclosed to the public. Alas, given that this is Sivan’s first album since 2018’s Bloom, fans are incredibly excited.

In recent weeks, Sivan had been busy heavily promoting “Rush” with remixes and new versions of the song. Namely, a whole remix album was dropped with an extended cut of the song and new versions by Big Freedia, Punctual, Tom Santa, and Leland. Then, a remix with featured vocals by PinkPantheress and Hyunjin was subsequently released.

While we wait for Something to Give Each Other, it seems like we’re getting another taste of the album with “Got Me Started.”

Troye Sivan’s Something to Give Each Other drops October 13 on all music streaming platforms.

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Bernardo Sim experiences and explains the queer pop culture multiverse. Born in Brazil, he currently lives in South Florida.

Bernardo Sim experiences and explains the queer pop culture multiverse. Born in Brazil, he currently lives in South Florida.