Multi-platinum-selling Melbourne producer, DJ, and artist Ryan Riback released a new lyric video for his latest single, “One Last Time” ft. some chick, today, July 19. He premiered the highly anticipated single on Billboard.com in June, and has already racked up over 1.65M spins on Spotify. Watch the video here.
Directed by videographer and musician Nick Dean, the video showcases a beautiful behind-the-scenes playful interaction between a fun and sexy couple, played by models Rachael Lange and Carlos DelaRosa, displaying Nick Dean’s overall vision for the video.
Nick Dean comments that “It’s worth making closure a good memory and leaving things on a good note. Setting everything that went wrong aside to remember something that didn’t work out in a positive light.” And that’s exactly the feeling you part with in the less than four-minute lyric video.
“I really loved the concept that Nick [Dean] presented,” said Riback. “It was fun and sexy without being in your face and dirty, and the end result is an awesome lyric video. Also, working with Rachael Lange was a real treat, as I’ve been following her work for a while.”
The track is distributed through RBCK Records in North America along with Kontor, Spinnin, Discowax, Happy Music, and BMG, and is available to stream and purchase on all major digital retail outlets now.
Riback has made major waves since remixing Starley’s “Call On Me” in early 2016. As he gained support from heavy hitters such as Tiësto and Kygo, the remix impressively racked up over 445.95M Spotify streams and 6.42M SoundCloud plays. Meanwhile, his January single “All That She Wants” quickly generated 4.77M Spotify streams, while Terror Jr’s “Come First” remix is at 1.95M Spotify streams. Ryan’s remix of Fifth Harmony’s “That’s My Girl” is at 2.62M Spotify streams, Maroon 5’s “I Don’t Wanna Know” is at 6.34M Spotify streams, Andy Grammer’s “Fresh Eyes” is at 2.48M Spotify streams, and his most recent remix of Lauv’s “I Like Me Better” just crossed the 1.35 million mark.
“One Last Time” possesses the power to be his biggest anthem yet. Building on an acoustic sample, Riback deftly creates another dance floor hit.
About the song, he comments, “‘One Last Time’ was originally an acoustic guitar-based record, but something about the vocals grabbed me. The vibe helped me translate the acoustic style into an upbeat dance tune. Lyrically, it’s a breakup song, but it doesn’t focus on the negative side of breaking up—which I really liked. I think it has the same energy as my remix for ‘Call On Me,’ but with some fresh elements. Plus, it’s a song I can call my own.”
“One Last Time” ft. some chick continues a massive 2017 for Riback. Be on the lookout for more from one of the world’s hottest young producers.
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