Once the euphoria of EDC Las Vegas is over, it’s an agonizingly long wait until EDC returns to Orlando. Thankfully, EDC Orlando just dropped its massive 2019 lineup. Slated for November 8th-10th, the 2019 edition of EDC Orlando will feature performances by Diplo, DJ Snake, RL Grime, ZHU, Alison Wonderland, REZZ, Seven Lions, SLANDER, Excision, Jauz, Party Favor, San Holo, Graves, CRAY, and more.
Grab tickets to EDC Orlando 2019 here and check out the full lineup below.
Queen Rihanna doesn’t always get what she wants. On air with Zane Lowe, French producer DJ Snake told a story of how Rihanna had originally asked to take the instrumental for “No Option” for herself. After months of going back and forth, the French producer finally decided to keep the track for himself. “No Option” instead appeared on his recent sophomore album Carte Blanche featuring Burna Boy on vocals. Understandably, the creative visionary stated that he needed to stay true to his art and his project.
She wanted this record for a year and we ended up using it, you know because I fell in love with this record. I don’t want to say like the wrong things so all the Rihanna fans are going to kill me, but I just felt like there were no options. Like I had to put this record on my album. This is a legacy man. I just gotta follow my heart. That’s it. And I could have had bigger names on the album, like way bigger names. But you know the records were not right […] I’m not chasing the biggest name drops, billing, and stuff. – DJ Snake
DJ Snake and Malaa combined for an insane set last weekend at HARD Summer’s Pink Stage, and luckily for us Snake has us covered with an official live recording of the duo’s performance. As you’ll hear below, the two throw down for over an hour showcasing a ton of unreleased music alongside some great mixing skills as well. Check it out and let us know your thoughts in the comments section.
Pardon My French hitmakers DJ Snake and Malaa will be reuniting this summer for a special B2B set at HARD Summer. The pair have joined each on stage numerous times throughout the festival season and performed together earlier this summer at PMF’s Red Rocks takeover. Next weekend’s festivities will also include B2B performances between Excision and NGHTMRE, ZHU and Tchami, Flosstradamus and 4B, A-Trak and YehMe2, and more.
DJ Snake is hot off the release of his highly-anticipated album Carte Blanche, which included a mega-collab alongside Malaa and fellow PMF members Tchami and Mercer. Malaa also recently delivered a fiery official remix of Snake’s hip-hop hit “Enzo.” Get ready for one of the hottest B2B sets of the summer.
After much anticipation, Parisian hit-maker DJ Snake has finally unleashed his sophomore album Carte Blanche. The 17-track project showcases Snake’s versatility as a producer, as he touches a ton of different influences and genres throughout. As expected, the album boasts a ton of star-studded features, from Zomboy and ZHU to Bryson Tiller and Plastic Toy and many more. Stream Carte Blanche on Spotify below and let us know your thoughts in the comments section.
ZHU has taken to social media today to announce that he has a “couple new collabs otw.” Fans have eagerly awaited new music from ZHU since last year’s impeccable Ringos Desert album. ZHU kicked off the year with an addicting collaboration alongside electro-pop duo SOFI TUKKER but has not released anything else since January. In that time, fans have received few hints regarding ZHU’s new music until today’s announcement.
Back in March, ZHU denied rumors of a potential collaboration with Disclosure, but carefully worded his tweet by stating, “this currently does not exist.”
Later in April, NGHTMRE previewed his unreleased collaboration with ZHU at Space Yacht, and this could serve as another one of ZHU’s upcoming releases. ZHU’s announcement today comes perfectly timed to correspond with the release of DJ Snake’s Carte Blanche tracklist. DJ Snake has confirmed today that his anticipated collaboration with ZHU, titled “No More,” will appear on his forthcoming album Carte Blanche. “No More” with DJ Snake will arrive Friday, July 26th. Get ready for brand new ZHU tomorrow and let us know who you want to see ZUH collaborate with in the comments.
DJ Snake‘s long-awaited sophomore album has been one of the most highly-anticipated releases of the year. Titled Carte Blanche, DJ Snake’s 17-track followup to his 2016 debut Encore will feature some of the biggest names across electronic, pop, and hip-hop music. Carte Blanche will include DJ Snake’s previously released tracks “Magenta Riddim,” “South Side,” and “Try Me,” along with his hit singles “Taki Taki,” “Enzo,” and “Loco Contigo.” As for the project’s unreleased tracks, Carte Blanche will feature appearances from Zomboy, ZHU, Majid Jordan, Bryson Tiller, Sean Paul, Annita, Burna Boy, and Gashi. The album will also feature a mega-collab alongside Snake’s fellow Pardon My French DJs Tchami, Malaa, and Mercer. Carte Blanche drops this Friday, July 26th. Check out the full tracklist for DJ Snake’s forthcoming Carte Blanche album below.
The wait for DJ Snake‘s highly-anticipated sophomore album has been agonizing and it’s only been heightened by DJ Snake’s new teasers. The French producer has released two gorgeous promotional videos for Carte Blanche‘s unreleased tracks “Butterfly Effect” and “Quiet Storm” with Zomboy. This is DJ Snake’s first hint at what Carte Blanche‘s tracklist will entail and the first confirmation that his long-awaited Zomboy collaboration will appear on the project. DJ Snake’s new album Carte Blanche drops this Friday, July 26th. Until then, check out the preview of “Butterfly Effect” and “Quiet Storm” below.
The hype behind DJ Snake’s new album has finally reached a boiling point because today the Parisian producer announced the project’s official title and release date. Snake’s sophomore LP is called “Carte Blanche” and is slated for release on July 26th. Check out his announcement below and start getting excited.
It feels as though DJ Snake has been teasing his sophomore album for as long as we can remember. The French producer went into hyperdrive this year as he promoted the highly anticipated follow-up to his 2016 debut Encore with releases featuring J. Balvin, Tyga, Eptic, and Plastic Toy, and alluring social media captions. An anonymous Reddit user has posted a screenshot detailing the album’s alleged title, tracklist, and release date.
Carte Blanche is rumored to feature ZHU, Zomboy, Majid Jordan, Bryson Tiller, Gashi, and Burna Boy, in addition to a collaboration alongside fellow Pardon My French producers Tchami, Malaa, and Mercer. The 13-track album will also include Snake’s previous hits “Taki Taki,” “Loco Contigo,” “Magenta Riddim,” “South Side,” and “Try Me.”
If the Reddit post is accurate, DJ Snake’s new album Carte Blanche will release July 26th on Geffen Records. Stay tuned for more updates.
Taking on remix duties for DJ Snake is no an easy task, especially when remixing one of the summer’s hottest records. Astonishing as always, DJ Snake blew festival season wide open with the release of “ENZO” featuring an all-star cast of Sheck Wes, Offset, 21 Savage, and Gucci Mane. The mega-collab proved worthy as the record immediately charted globally. With that being said, nobody saw Malaa giving us his spin on the single. His rendition delivers a groovy house adaptation that matches the original’s dark ambiance. Locked and loaded for any DJ set, you can expect to hear this remix make its rounds at any festival throughout the year. Stream Malaa’s “Enzo” remix below.
DJ Snake – Enzo (with Sheck Wes, feat. Offset, 21 Savage & Gucci Mane) [Malaa Remix] | Stream