Panic! At The Disco's Brendon Urie had a number of career accomplishments in 2016: He headlined a summer tour with Weezer, released a chart-topping fifth studio album and performed a duet with Halsey at Coachella. Urie has proven time and time again that he is an incredibly talented entertainer. The Death Of A Bachelor Tour will kick off in February, so to hold you over until then, here are 10 features where Brendon Urie steals the show.
Every Time I Die - “It Remembers”
If you’ve ever caught Urie’s magical Vines of Positive Hardcore Thursdays, you know he’s passionate about the heavier side of our scene. This makes his feature on Low Teens one of the strangest, yet most perfect, moments in music that we didn’t know we needed.
Lil Dicky - “Molly”
Urie’s vocals only added to the emotion on this one. Watch the video to catch a glimpse of Brendon doing his belting best—plus a few shots of Lil Dicky being sad and eating cake, which we can all relate to.
Travie McCoy - “Keep On Keeping On”
Fueled By Ramen fans rejoice. The best of Gym Class Heroes and Panic! At The Disco come together on this track, and it couldn’t be any more perfect.
Dillon Francis - “Love In The Middle Of A Firefight”
The DJing world meets the vast vocal range of Brendon Urie. If Francis’ recent “I love you man” tweet is any indication, the two are still bros to this day. (And, uh, yeah we’ll take another collab!)
Panic! At The Disco & Fun. - “C’mon”
Released post-Vices & Virtues but pre-Some Nights, this split single came at the perfect time. Between Urie and Ruess, the vocal range on this one will give you chills!