Watch: Axwell ^ Ingrosso Release Sexy Music Video for "I Love You"
Since its February 10th release date, Axwell ^ Ingrosso’s confessional hit, “I Love You” has earned a position in the queues of radio stations—the Kid Ink feature kept company by other recent radio friendly dance music productions, i.e. Zedd and Alessia Cara’s “Stay,” and Calvin Harris’s Migos/Frank Ocean matchup, “Slide”—as well as in the minds of those employed by Crust Nation, the song undeniably “catchy” in its engineering.
A single that portrays a relationship defined by constant push and pull between those involved, I Love You—strikingly similar to The Verve’s “Bittersweet Symphony” in its opening chords—is a single whose commercial success is due in part to the song’s relatable quality.
The romantic conflict of I Love You gains a sultry visual representation in its official music video, posted to Axwell ^ Ingrosso’s VEVO account on Wednesday, March 8th. With Kid Ink as the video’s protagonist, I Love You places the “Show Me” rapper in a polyamorous relationship with two separate women. The “I don’t like you right now” sentiment proving to supersede the song’s “I love you” in its music video form, both women conspire to murder Kid Ink for his implied infidelity, making for a thrilling music video that elevates the track to a new extreme of romantic altercation.
The video’s release anticipates Axwell ^ Ingrosso’s upcoming appearances at Brooklyn’s Depot 52 on Friday, March 17th and Saturday, March 18th. The SHM derived duo is additionally scheduled to close the second evening of Miami’s Ultra Music Festival at the festival’s Mainstage at 11 PM on Saturday, March 25th, performances slated to only further solidify that we wholly “love” Axwell ^ Ingrosso, no shred of dislike even existent.