After teasing it last week, Major Lazer have made the full first season of their animated TV series available to watch on YouTube.
All 11 episodes of the show are available for playback at any time following the initial airing of the eponymous animated series via the FXX network back in 2015. The show follows the story of a freedom fighter based in a futuristic Jamaica as he fights demons and smokes a lot of weed.
Back in 2015, Major Lazer premiered an eponymous animated series via the FXX network which followed the story of a freedom fighter based in a futuristic Jamaica as he fought demons and smoked lots of weed.
The full series, which took cues from the trio's live show visuals of the time, is soon set to be available to relive in full via YouTube. In a tweet posted today, the trio revealed that season one of 'Major Lazer' would be put up for streaming this Wednesday, November 20th.
Major Lazer have dropped another new single.
Following the release of their dance compilation video for 'Que Calor', Major Lazer have shared their latest single, 'Evapora', featuring Brazilian artist IZA and R&B icon Ciara.
Major Lazer have shared a new video for 'Que Calor', their single featuring Colombian reggaeton icon J Balvin and Dominican don El Alfa.
After releasing an official video, and a dance video directed by VMA-nominated Calvit Hodge, the trio have now revealed a third visual to accompany the track.
Major Lazer have shared a new track, ‘Que Calor’, featuring Colombian reggaeton icon J Balvin and Dominican don El Alfa.
Both artists have previously collaborated with the outfit, which comprises Diplo, Walshy Fire and Ape Drums. The track gives a strong nod to the home countries of both guest stars, sampling Toto La Momposina's Colombian-cumbia classic 'Curara' and rhythms synonymous with the Dominican Republic's dembow music scene.
Diplo has teased a collaboration between Beyoncé and Major Lazer via Twitter.
"I've heard rumours of a Beyonce & Major Lazer collab" the not-so-cryptic message read earlier today, Wednesday 17th July.
No further details have been released at the time of writing.
The Super Mega Ultra Giant Mad Decent Block Party has been cancelled.
The event, announced back in April, was due to take place on Saturday 20th and Sunday 21st July, with Major Lazer, Billie Eilish, Miguel and G-Eazy amongst the headliners.
A statement was made this morning from Diplo's Mad Decent HQ, citing 'circumstances beyond control' as the cause of the cancellation— which has come just ten days before attendees were due to arrive.
Major Lazer have shared a video for their new single, 'Make It Hot'.
The track features vocals from Brazilian superstar Anitta, giving the outfit's dancehall beats extra life. It's the second time Anitta has worked with the electronic supergroup following 'Sua Cara' back in 2017— which went on to become the fastest YouTube video to reach 1million views, hitting the 25million mark within 24 hours.
Major Lazer have released their new track 'Make It Hot'.
Taken from the upcoming album, the track is a fusion of dancehall rhythms with vivacious vocals coming courtesy of Brazillian artist Anitta.
Major Lazer shared 'Can't Take It From Me' earlier this month, featuring Bob Marley's grandson Skip Marley.
Earlier this year, Jillionaire announced his departure from the group.