Diplo has said that the return of his collaborative project with Skrillex, Jack Ü, "could be next year".
In a recent interview with Rolling Stone, the DJ, producer and label boss said that we could see Jack Ü return in 2020, but "there's no rush". He also shared that Skrillex "has a lot of material he's been gearing to release", and when that happens he thinks they "might be able to do some new stuff."
The most recent tease of the duo's return came in July, when Diplo shared a video of himself playing a remix of 'Where Are Ü Now', with the caption calling for comments for more Jack Ü material. The pair last performed as Jack Ü in 2015, before a tweet in 2016 from Skrillex stating that they had finished touring together "for a long long time".
In August, Diplo announced the launch of his house music label, Higher Ground, with an EP from Walker & Royce. He also made history last month, when he became the first DJ to perform on the top of the Sydney Harbour Bridge.
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