Google has tapped Diplo and Valentino Khan for an advert showcasing their new intelligent speaker, Google Home Max.
Google's Home Max is a Wi-Fi speaker which features voice control and comes with a 12-month subscription to Youtube Music.
The speaker, which looks a lot like a Sonos: Play 1, is able to analyse its surroundings and adjust its sound output to match any room size or shape.
Diplo has donated $100,000 to the Las Vegas shooting victims' fund.
The Major Lazer frontman has also called on other DJs and Hotels to match his generosity.
Diplo dropped a new Major Lazer and Lorde collaboration during his Lazer Sound radio show, which went out last weekend.
Afrojack is encapsulating the final fleeting moments of summer (here in the Northern Hemisphere) with his edit of Major Lazer’s ‘Know No Better’.
With a significant infusion of xylophone, the tropical-house vibes are now strong within the already Caribbean-kissed selection. The augmented deliveries of Travis Scott, Quavo and Camila Cabello bounce playfully around this new percussive inclusion.
Check out the 'freemix' via SoundCloud below.
Dillon Francis quipped about DJ Snake, his lack of physical fitness, amassing Spotify streams and starring alongside James Van Der Beek in ‘What Would Diplo Do’ while testing his taste buds in the recent ‘Hot Ones Challenge’.
Diplo has collaborated with breakout singer, songwriter and artist Starrah once again for her brand-new track, 'Swerve'.
The trap-fuelled cut follows hot-on-the-heels of Starrah and Diplo's recently released track, 'Imperfections'.
Starrah is a mysterious songwriter behind a slew of chart-topping hits, including Rihanna's 'Needed Me', Drake's 'Fake Love', Halsey's 'Now or Never' and Calvin Harris' 'Feels'.
The Backstreet Boys are set to return with a new album on RCA and want Major Lazer’s Diplo to produce the record.
They revealed the news in an interview with Entertainment Tonight, also mentioning they’re keen for Steve Aoki, Zedd or even The Chainsmokers to get involved on the LP.
“We’re reaching out to people who we were always inspired by or who may have been fans and we didn’t even know,”band member AJ McLean told ET.
Diplo and director Shane McCauley have shared the trailer for the second run of their music documentary series, ‘Blow Your Head’. You can watch it below.
The series, which is produced by Dip, travels to travels to South Africa, Kenya, New Orleans and more to cover extraordinary local talent.
The series hits Johannesburg, South Africa, to shoot the Material Culture crew’s Pantsula dance skills and Cairo, Egypt, to cover Sadat, a star of the musical genre Maheraba. The series also visits New Orleans and bounce artist Delish.
Dua Lipa — who collaborated with Martin Garrix for his 2017 track ‘Scared To Be Lonely’, and recently released her debut album to rave reviews — has been spotted with Flume and Diplo, leading many to speculate whether there might a collaboration on the cards.
The breakout singer songwriter has been spotted in a video Flume uploaded to his Facebook page, where Dua Lipa is riding around on a scooter with the Australian producer.
And three weeks ago, Dua Lipa uploaded a picture of herself alongside chart-topping producer and Major Lazer frontman, Diplo.