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Exclusive | Nathan Sykes’ new single ‘Give It Up’ gets a weekend-ready remix

By Umar Sarwar

Nathan Sykes is continuing his post-Wanted rise to solo super-stardom with new single ‘Give It Up’, and we’re thrilled to exclusively unveil a weekend-ready new remix of the track by Jack Wins.

Featuring G-Eazy, ‘Give It Up’ follows the UK Top 20 singles ‘Kiss Me Quick’ and ‘Over and Over Again’, and on the basis of this brand new remix, looks set to be firmly part of the soundtrack to summer 2016.

The 23-year-old also appears in Attitude’s Summer Issue – in shops and available to download now – where he opens up about life as a solo pop star after his days of boyband fame.

“I’m not behaving like an absolute nutter but I’m not at home in bed, reading a book by 8pm,” he tells us. “I’m really at ease with life and enjoying everything that’s happening.”

Of his growing fanbase, he adds: “It’s changed as I’ve grown up. The messages and comments – not only from gay fans but also from mums – are getting saucier. Originally, it was ‘don’t go near him, he’s only 16’, but it’s okay now I’m in my 20s.”

Listen to the Jack Wins Remix of Nathan’s new single ‘Give It Up’ below:

You can read our full interview with Nathan new issue of Attitude, available to download from, in shops, and to order straight to your door from

Also in Attitude’s Summer Issue, alongside all your usual news, reviews, fitness & travel:

    • In a special feature we examine the issue of race, the LGBT community and the media, to see what’s working and what’s not.
    • Nathan Sykes talks life after The Wanted, touring with the Little Mix ladies and his ever-growing gay fanbase.
    • Welsh actor Alexander Vlahos gives us the scoop on BBC2’s new graphic, gay sex-filled French period drama Versailles.
    • We catch up with star of The Voice and Kinky Boots Matt Henry, fresh off his ‘Best Actor’ victory at last month’s Olivier Awards.
    • As Meryl Streep returns to the screen as Florence Foster Jenkins, we look back at the career of this modern Hollywood icon.
    • We put drag in focus with an exclusive look as the stunning images of Magnus Hastings’ new photo book Why Drag?
    • Bryan Sipe, wirter of Jake Gyllenhaal’s new film Demolition, tells Attitude about overcoming loss, personal identity, and why a gay teen was central to the film’s plot.
    • Former Dragon’s Den star and interior designer Kelly Hoppen sees whether she can pass for a homo in How Gay Are You?

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