Travis Barker has popped up yet again on another artist's song.
The Blink-182 drummer lends his skills to a new version of 20-year-old pop singer Maggie Lindemann's single "Friends Go." The updated recording is available now for digital download.
"I wanted to do a version of friends go that had a bit more of a punk feel because that's my favorite type of music," says Lindemann.
"When I first recorded the song, I wanted to do multiple versions," she continues. "I feel like the song is very versatile and wanted to kinda explore different genres! I love the Travis version, it's one of my favorite songs I've done."
Barker recently teamed up with Yungblud and Machine Gun Kelly for the song, "I Think I'm OKAY." He previously collaborated with Yungblud and Halsey on "11 Minutes." Barker also co-wrote and produced a song on 7, the new EP from "Old Town Road" rapper Lil Nas X.
Of course, you can also hear Barker play with Blink-182. The punk trio just dropped a new song called "Generational Divide," and they'll hit the road on a co-headlining tour with Lil Wayne next week.
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