After the original, it is probably this? Unfortunately it is. With a revamped sound from Diplo, PSY brings 2 Chainz and Tyga onboard for the remix. Cop the EP of remixes here.
After last year’s “Climax“, Usher keeps the tradition of new music on lover’s day going by reuniting with Diplo for his new electro-love ballad. Bet the ladies won’t go missing after this one.
Before catching a plane to the Bahamas, Diplo stopped by Tree Sound Studios down in the A. He briefly spoke on his upcoming 2 Chainz collaboration “Go Heavy” and his
idiosyncrasies three little digs.
The Macadelic tour made a pit stop last night at the Santa Barbara Bowl. Above, Mr. Miller treats the crowd to his new Diplo-produced track and mentions it’ll be on his sophomore album coming next year.
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It’s a Cole remix. And before the words of the late ‘Pac brings the track to an end, Jermaine adds some slick talk over Major Lazer and Amber Coffman’s single “Get Free“. Produced by Diplo.
How’s this for left field? For VIBE’s annual JUICE issue, MMG split cover duties with Azealia Banks and Diplo. Issue hits newsstands next week.
Earlier today, Electro producer Diplo released a pic of himself and Young Jizzle in the studio. Apparently they are working on a “hardstyle ballroom & rap-metal post rock tortoise cover” tracks. Hopefully, we see some more signs of TM103.