Just the other day we shared the exciting news that Swedish House Mafia had a collaboration with none other than A$AP Rocky. Today, we’re finally getting our first glimpse of the track thanks to the trio debuting the track during their Ultra Europe performance. While the quality isn’t great, it’s good enough to tell that this track goes hard. Check it out below and let us know your thoughts in the comments section.
Lil Nas X has become a viral sensation over just mere months. Taking his stardom to new heights, the country rapper was invited to Gordon Ramsay’s Lucky Cat restaurant in London to learn how to make a panini. After releasing his second single “Panini,” Lil Nas X jokingly tweeted about getting Gordon Ramsay “on this panini remix.” The Hell’s Kitchen chef quickly responded and in a way, made Lil Nas X’s dream come true.
Getting a rare behind-the-scenes look into Ramsay’s kitchen, Lil Nas X learned how to make Asian paninis alongside the renowned chef and restaurateur. Better yet, Gordon Ramsay uploaded the entire experience to his YouTube. Watch the hilarious video of Gordon Ramsay and Lil Nas X’s panini adventure below.
Skrillex has been teasing new music all year long. Over the holiday weekend, Skrillex decided to show off a new DnB track on his Instagram Story and it sounds amazing. Skrillex is known for diving into a variety of genres, so it’s no surprise that he’s dipping his toe into DnB. Hopefully, this is one of the tracks Skrillex promised he’d be releasing this summer. Check out the video via Reddit below and let us know what you think in the comments.
NGHTMRE‘s hit single “BANG” has been making waves since it dropped at the beginning of the year. With legendary names like NBA legend Shaq and crunk god Lil Jon attached to the track, “BANG” brought NGHTMRE’s game to the next level. Over the past couple of years, Shaq has been throwing his own Fun House party in Miami and it turned out to be the perfect location to film a fun-loving music video for their collaborative single. Bringing the trio together for a day of sun and spectacle, the “BANG” video depicts a day in the life of the superstars. Playful and colorful, the “BANG” video is a great visual expression of the song itself and look into the life of a Miami high roller. Check out the video below.
NGHTMRE, Shaquille O’Neal, & Lil Jon – BANG (Official Music Video) | Watch
Zeds Dead have been on a fiery hot streak all year long. Between multiple festival appearances, their latest Deadbeats tour, and collaborations alongside Dion Timmer, DROELOE, and Delta Heavy, Zeds Dead have made it their mission to dominate the year. Continuing that trend, the bass duo previewed their upcoming collaboration with Deathpact at Electric Forest this past weekend. Anonymous producer Deathpact has been making waves of his own with his recent 1788-L collaboration and upcoming track on REZZ’s Beyond The Senses EP. Check out a sneak peek of Zeds Dead and Deathpact’s new collaboration below and let us know what you think in the comments.
Whether you love or hate him, there’s no denying that marshmello and his music has become a global phenomenon. Today the masked producer shared a brand new documentary, ahead of his highly-anticipated new Joytime III album slated for release tomorrow on July 3rd. As you’ll see below, the well-produced video shares the story of Marshmello’s rise to the top, featuring cameos from The Chainsmokers, Martin Garrix, Tiesto + more. Check it out and let us know your thoughts in the comments section.
It’s no secret that Zomboy and DJ Snake are certified heavy-hitters when it comes bass music production, so seeing them collaborate on the same record is exciting to say the least. While the track isn’t officially released yet, luckily for us a fan captured Zomboy dropping the ID while performing in Seoul, Korea. Turn up your speakers and see for yourself below.
It goes without saying that Lil Nas X’s “Old Town Road” is one of the biggest records of the year. With that being said, the country-rap crossover left fans wondering if the young rapper had more in the tank and could avoid being just a one-hit wonder. While the jury is still out, we’ve finally received new music from Lil Nas, coming in the form of the lead single off his debut 7 EP dropping tomorrow.
The track is entitled “Panini” and was produced by the well-known duo Take A Daytrip. More interestingly, the track also credits none other than the late Kurt Cobain for interpolating a melody from Nirvana’s “In Bloom” original. Accompanying the tune is a futuristic, animated music video; check it out below and let us know your thoughts in the comments section.
Last week, San Holo made a monumental stride in his career with his debut headline performance at Colorado’s prestigious Red Rocks Amphitheatre. Celebrated with the release of his new single “Lost Lately,” San Holo’s redrocks1 show was a near-perfect experience. Surrounded by his team, his family, including his grandmother who flew in from Holland, and his “birdsnest” followers, San Holo gave an unforgettable performance. As a special treat for fans who weren’t able to attend, San Holo recorded his entire set and has uploaded it to his YouTube channel. Watch San Holo’s vibrant album1 live set at Red Rocks below.
Porter Robinson‘s first-ever Second Sky Festival took place this past weekend, and it’s going to remain in the forefront of people’s memories for a long time. The production on the grounds was insanely well thought out and executed, and according to Porter, the festival itself ran extremely well. Luckily for those of us who couldn’t make it, a bunch of the sets were recorded and can be watched over and over again. Check out sets from Porter Robinson, Skrillex, Madeon, Virtual Self, G Jones, and more below.
We’ve been anxiously awaiting Skrillex and TroyBoi’s upcoming “WARLORDZ” collaboration and Friday can’t come soon enough. However, in the meantime, we’ve got a killer video of the producers dropping their track live during Paradiso Festival last weekend. While the audio quality is poor, that doesn’t stop you from hearing how massive this star-studded tune is sounding. Check it out below and start getting hyped for the official release as well. And oh yeah, the picture above is actually the official cover art… legendary.