Skrillex is offering up a private, in-person session at his LA studio to the highest bidder, with money going towards The Pablove Foundation, an organisation fighting childhood cancer.
The Grammy Award-winner announced the initiative on Twitter, writing: "Bid to hang with me in my studio in Los Angeles to support [Pablove Foundation] and fight #childhoodcancer. All proceeds will go towards investing in cutting-edge cancer research and improves the lives of children/teens living with cancer through the arts."
At the time of writing, the highest bid is at $49,500, with 56 bids posted in total.
You can post a bid here.
Earlier this year, it was announced that Skrillex was collaborating with The Beach Boys’ Bruce Johnston, following the release of collaborative effort 'Ego Death' with Ty Dolla $ign, Kanye West & FKA Twigs.
In March this year, Skrillex claimed that his next album was almost finished, although it has yet to be unveiled.
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