Charli XCX, Kim Petras, and Slayyyter’s “Click” remix is finally here

No boys, no boys.

October 14, 2019
Charli XCX, Kim Petras, and Slayyyter’s “Click” remix is finally here Marcus Cooper/Byron Spencer/Slayyyter

This past Friday (October 11) marked National Coming Out Day, so it seems only fitting that gay rights would prevail with a new megawatt Charli XCX collaboration. Following last week's "White Mercedes" video, pop's hardest worker is now unleashing a new version of "Click," the fourth track on her recently-released album Charli. While Kim Petras's part stays intact, the "No Boys" remix swaps out Tommy Cash's verse for a bit from rising Internet pop sensation Slayyyter.

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Though the song was released in various territories over the weekend, it's only just now streaming in North America. Charli addressed the rollout on Sunday, saying "I’m annoyed it’s not out by now. Like, wtf. Everyone rushed to make this happen. Just put it on all the fucking services like I requested." Hear it below, then head over here to read our interviews with Charli and Slayyyter on each of their newly released self-titled projects.

Charli XCX, Kim Petras, and Slayyyter’s “Click” remix is finally here