After teasing a new track via Twitter earlier this week, Major Lazer have today shared a brand-new collaboration alongside Swedish sensation Tove Lo.
The track follows a similar path to Major Lazer’s usual dancehall crossovers and sees the group moving away from their recent foray into afrobeat.
Major Lazer have dropped a video for their new track, ‘Tied Up’.
The clip arrived this week and is the second to accompany a tune from the 30-minute ‘Afrobeats’ mixtape recently released by the trio, AKA Diplo, Jillionaire and Walshy Fire, which showcases some of their favourite African artists. It's also the next instalment in the “new music month” they announced early-September.
US dance titans Major Lazer have dropped a brand new mixtape stuffed with afrobeat-inspired party tunes.
17 tracks and 30 minutes long, 'Afrobeats (DJ mix)' is released on streaming platforms via Diplo's record label Mad Descent.
Featuring fresh tunes from the North American trio as well as songs from other artists, the new release gives a flavour of what Diplo, Jillionaire and Walshy Fire have been exploring in 2018 so far.
Diplo is launching a new Sirius XM channel next week, which will showcase the multifarious music man's hand-picked beats from across the world, alongside shows hosted by the likes of Dillon Francis.
Diplo, Mø and GoldLink have performed live on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon this week, and we've got the footage.
Having released their collaboration to huge fanfare, Major Lazer, Cashmere Cat and Tory Lanez have shared the video for their collaboration, ‘Miss You’.
The track, which was revealed last month via Cashmere Cat’s Twitter page, has been given a suitable wintery video just in time for the Winter Olympics.
The video, which you can watch below, sees the Major Lazer crew, Cashmere Cat and Tory Lanez goofing around on an ice resurfacer whilst figure skaters dance around them.
Major Lazer and Cashmere Cat’s hotly-anticipated collaboration — 'Miss You' alongside Canadian rapper Tory Lanez — is out now and you can hear it in full below.
The collaboration sees two of music’s biggest producers, namely Major Lazer and Cashmere Cat, joining forces for the first time.
The track was first played live last month at Art Basel where it kinda flew under the radar but you can watch footage of the track here.