British artist, DJ and producer Sigala releases his brand new single ‘Just Got Paid’, with Ella Eyre and Meghan Trainor feat. French Montana, on the 7th September via Ministry of Sound. It is the follow-up to his last official single, the Top 10, platinum-selling ‘Lullaby’ featuring Paloma Faith.

Sigala recently reached the landmark of having one billion Spotify streams across his single releases. To date, he has already had seven UK Top 10 singles, eight global Platinum singles, and eight global Gold singles whilst racking up over 575k UK radio plays since launching in July 2015, including six Top 10 airplay hits and a #1 with ‘Lullaby’ that is also the fourth biggest airplay hit at UK radio this year – making him one of the most consistent British artists of the past four years at radio.

Sigala’s collaborators on ‘Just Got Paid’ are themselves no strangers to hits; Ella Eyre has spent six weeks in the UK Top 10 this year with ‘Answerphone’, her 4th UK Top 10 to date, while Grammy-Award winning singer-songwriter, Meghan Trainor is one of only five female artists to receive a diamond certification for her hit single ‘All About That Bass.’ French Montana, the multi-platinum artist behind last summer's 5X Platinum hit ‘Unforgettable’ also features on ‘Just Got Paid,’ having last year released sophomore studio album Jungle Rules which debuted at No.3 on the Billboard Hot 100 and earned a Gold plaque, and became a worldwide phenomenon, also going 5X Platinum in the US and Canada.

‘Just Got Paid’ comes as a fresh instalment to the ‘Summer of Sigala’, which culminates in the release of Sigala’s debut album Brighter Days on the 28th September. To announce this the artist, DJ and producer decided to take an enormous team of people who have been involved in his incredible journey – including collaborators and writers - to Ibiza on a private plane.

He recently announced a UK tour for October that will call at the following:

Thursday 18th October – Newcastle O2 Academy 1
Friday 19th October – Birmingham O2 Institute
Saturday 20th October – Manchester Albert Hall
Sunday 21st October – Glasgow O2 ABC
Monday 22nd October – Dublin Olympia Theatre
Thursday 25th October – London Electric Brixton
Friday 26th October – Bristol O2 Academy

Check tickets below.