MTV have announced their EMA Awards nominations, with Martin Garrix, David Guetta, Major Lazer, Calvin Harris and The Chainsmokers all nominated in the Best Electronic category.
You can see the full list of nominations below. The 2017 MTV EMA awards ceremony takes place on Sunday 12th November at The SSE Arena, Wembley in London.
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.
Major Lazer has shared the video for the group's track 'Sua Cara' featuring Brazilian stars Anitta and Pabllo.
The video was released over the weekend in Brazil and his racked up an impressive 13 million views in just 18 hours.
Filmed in Morocco, the video sees Anitta and Pabllo twerking and belly dancing in the desert as Diplo drives around them on a quad bike.
'Sua Cara' is taken from the group's surprised-released EP, 'Know No Better', which features a host of collaborations with the likes of Nasty C, Ice Prince, Patoranking, Jidenna, Anitta, Pabllo Vittar and more.
Major Lazer has shared a groundbreaking interactive version of their video for 'Know No Better', featuring Travis Scott, Camila Cabello and Quavo.
Having clocked up 2 billion plays for their 'Lean On' video, it wouldn't be an understatement to say there was a lot of anticipation around Major Lazer's new video for their new single, 'Know No Better'.
Released today, the new video sees the main protagonist, a young teenage boy, having his normal boring life juxtaposed with the life of one of those rich kids of Instagram.
At the time of writing the video has clocked up an impressive 2.8 million views — so just another 1.98 billion views to go until it eclipses the group's 'Lean On'.
Check out the video below.
Viceland — the dedicated TV channel of vice.com — announced back in January that they were set to produce a spoof documentary series based on the life of Major Lazer's Diplo, with ex-Dawson’s Creek star James Van Der Beek tipped to play the leading role.
Due to air in five parts and star fellow EDM joker Dillon Francis alongside Friday Night Lights’ Dora Madison, the first look trailer for the series has now officially landed (watch it below) with the full season set to debut on 3rd August via Viceland.