Gwen Stefani Preps New Single “Make Me Like You,” Hits The Studio With Stargate

Mike Wass | February 4, 2016 4:28 pm
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Gwen Stefani’s third solo LP is slowly coming together. After landing a minor hit with 2015 ballad “Used To Love You,” the iconic diva is expected to up the tempo with “Make Me Like You.” Why? Because Swedish hitmakers Mattman & Robin (who reportedly produced the song) specialize in bops. See Selena Gomez’s “Hands To Myself” and DNCE’s “Cake By The Ocean.” According to All Access, the single is being sent to radio on February 16.

The flawless 46-year-old had previously mentioned the song in an interview with Zane Lowe. “We were losing our minds,” Gwen enthused. “It was called ‘Make Me Like You’ and we couldn’t believe it. Like how did we write this song? It’s so good!” In other news, the No Doubt frontwoman hit the studio with enduring production duo Stargate last night (February 4). She obviously means business with this album. Her collaborators’ recents hits include Selena’s “Same Old Love” and Coldplay’s “Adventure Of A Lifetime.”

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