Paul Woolford has hinted at new music with American DJ and producer, Diplo.
2019 was a big year for both Woolford and Diplo, real name Thomas Wesley Pentz. While the former released no less than four studio albums in the last 12 months, Pentz made history by becoming the first DJ to play a set on top of Sydney Harbour Bridge.
Now, Woolford, also known by his hardcore rave alias Special Request, has revealed that the two are working together. Sharing the news in a post on Instagram, Woolford wrote: "Me and my mate Wes have been making a monster record and you’ll all be hearing it soon..."
It'll be the first time Woolford and Pentz have collaborated. Check out the post below.
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That's not the only collaboration fans have to look forward to this year. Diplo has said that the return of his collaborative project with Skrillex, Jack Ü, could be coming back in 2020.
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