Missy Elliott graces the remix of Jack Ü’s remix of “Take Ü There.”
Beyonce’s bonus track from the deluxe edition of her self-titled album gets a new remix from French Montana and Detail. Here’s a live set-rip of Diplo and Skrillex’s Jack U remix as well.
Ty Dolla $ign’s Diplo produced jam from his 2015 LP, Free TC, gets a video. Buhloone Mind State?
Ty premieres this new Diplo produced track with the L.A. Leakers.
Diplo closed out September’s “hip-hop month” on his BBC Radio 1 series, Diplo & Friends, with a special hip-hop mix, and the tracklist is pretty amazing. Tracklist: Madvillain – All Caps J Dilla – Body Movin’ Ft. J. Rocc And Karriem Riggins Big L – Put It On The Fugees – Fu-Gee-La East Flatbush Project [cont.]
This is how Breaking Bad should have ended. Directed by Victor D. Ponten.
Chris Brown reunites with the “Look At Me Now” producer for the title track to his new album, X.
Get to know Riff Raff with the full stream of Neon Icon, which hits Tuesday on Diplo’s Mad Decent imprint.
Jody Highroller switches things up on this Diplo produced rock track from his upcoming Neon Icon release.
Roots drummer / frontman Ahmir “Questlove” Thompson will executive produce a new television series for VH1 & Palladia called “Soundclash”. Hosted by Diplo, the show will feature performances from three musical acts on one stage, ranging from established A-listers to rising up and comers. The first episode, airing July 23rd, will feature a jam session [cont.]
The Major Lazer frontman speaks with the world’s greatest music interviewer, Nardwuar. Doo! Doo!
Eagle-eyed readers caught a glimpse of this cut last week in our preview of Diplo’s Revolution EP. Today, the EP is in stores, and here’s the cut in full.
Tracklist 1. Biggie Bounce (feat. Angger Dimas & Travis Porter) 2. Revolution (feat. Faustix & Imanos and Kai) 3. Crown (feat. Boaz van de Beatz, Mike Posner & RiFF RAFF) 4. Rock Steady (feat. Action Bronson, RiFF RAFF, Mr MFN eXquire & Nicky Da B) 5. Revolution (feat. Faustix & Imanos and Kai) [Boaz van [cont.]
It’s no coincidence that Major Lazer’s Free The Universe and Snoop Dogg’s Lion’s Major Lazer produced reggae record, Reincarnated, are being released within a week of one another. At the helm of both of these projects is Diplo, the forward thinking, genre-defying producer who moonlights as one of the country’s top paid DJ’s, while making [cont.]
Fourth volume of Major Lazer’s appetizer EP series, designed to hold us over until the release of Free The Universe, which hits next Tuesday. LAZER STRIKES BACK Vol. 4 1. Major Lazer – Jah No Partial feat. Flux Pavilion (Run DMT Remix) 2. Major Lazer feat. Chronixx – Where I Come From (Get Free Rhythm) [cont.]
Yeah, but how are you supposed to dance Gangnam Style to it?
Diplo releases this better late than never remix of his legs-up-in-the-air smash, “Express Yourself”.
Araab explains that he always knew his career would evolve and expand, the challenge of being creative, working with different artists, memorable experiences, electro scene, working with Diplo & Skrillex and current and new projects.
Diplo speaks with VladTV about his new project with Snoop Lion, Reincarnated.
This is pretty dope. This will be out Dec. 11th on Universal Music.
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