Elton John and Dua Lipas “Cold Heart” (Pnau Remix) continues its hot streak in Australia, entering its eighth week at No. 1. Dawn FM, Elton’s third album, continues to sit atop the national albums chart, while Cold Heat is the longest-serving single by an Australian artist. While the EMI-released “Cold” is not a top 100 hit, the track is still making waves around the world.
The music video for “Cold Heart” was released on 13 August 2021. The music video, directed by Raman Djafari and produced by Blinkink, depicts Elton John dancing on planets and entering alternate universes. The video also features Dua Lipa in an extended version. It has over 11.4 million views and two hundred thousand likes on YouTube.
The video for “Cold Heart” was released on 13 August 2021. The remix was produced by Blinkink. It combines elements of several John songs and has a futuristic feel. It reached No. 11 on the Billboard Hot 100, where it stayed for 15 weeks, while reaching No. 10 on the Billboard 200. The video also continues to be a hit, as Cold Love and Kiss the Bride continue to rise up the charts in Australia.
The video is a reworked version of Cold Heart, which is still a hit. The song has been nominated for five Grammy Awards, which demonstrates its commercial appeal and its ability to generate buzz for both artists. The video also received high ratings from critics. With its positive reviews, Cold Hear continues to make headlines. The new version of the song has become a hot hit in Australia.
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Cold Heart is a hit in the United States. The track peaked at number 81 in the United States and reached number 32 in its fifth week. It is the longest song to reach the top ten in Australia and is the third highest-selling single in the country. In the United Kingdom, the song reached No. 7 in three countries and No. 8 in seven other countries.
“Cold Heart” by Elton John and Dua Lipa is Elton John’s first joint-top-ten song in Australia. Its newest single, “Cold Heart,” is the number one hit in Australia in four consecutive weeks. The song has also reached No. 7 in the UK. It has also charted in the Hot 100.
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