Major Lazer’s forthcoming album, ‘Music Is The Weapon’, is slated for release in January next year through Diplo’s Mad Decent Records.
The lead single from it was released in July titled ‘Cold Water’, featuring Justin Beiber and MØ. The video for that track landed in September, shortly before their Showtek collaboration ‘Believer’ followed.
Diplo and Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike have collaborated on a new track called ‘Hey Baby’ which has been released through Mad Decent. You can listen to it below.
The track comes just days after 2016 Top 100 DJs runners up Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike dropped a festival-ready electro-house remix of Major Lazer and DJ Snake's 2015 smash hit ‘Lean On’.
2015 Top 100 DJs winners Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike have dropped a festival-ready electro-house remix of Major Lazer and DJ Snake's 2015 smash hit 'Lean On'.
The duo's Tomorrowland Remix' (although never actually played at either of this year's Tomorrowland shows) leads in with MØ's original vocals, before dropping into a laser-firing EDM banger.
DV&LM are kindly offering the remix up for free download, and you can stream a clip of the track below.
Mad Decent boss Diplo has responded to accusations of cultural appropriation surrounding his new tracks 'Lean On' and 'Cold Water'.
The American producer/DJ, who is also one third of dancehall trio Major Lazer, alongside Jillionaire and Walshy Fire, is said to be misrepresenting Indian culture with the new songs.
Diplo has revealed that he has been working in the studio with Ariana Grande, on a post through his Snapchat. You can watch a video of it shared on Twitter below.
There is no confirmation as to whether the material will feature on Major Lazer’s forthcoming ‘Music Is The Weapon’ album, which is due in January, or Grande’s solo record.
Lollopalooza festival founder Perry Farrell has revealed in a surprising new interview that he “hates” EDM, what it has done to his event, and dance music in general.
Major Lazer have officially released their new single 'Cold Water', featuring Justin Bieber and Danish artist MØ.
The track, which leaked earlier this week via a Chinese radio station, is the lead single from the group's new album, slated for release in January 2017.
‘Where’s Wally?’ illustrator Adam Carnegie has made a new illustration, replacing the elusive beanie wearing character with a number of music stars, including Daft Punk, Major Lazer, Disclosure, The Gorillaz, Prince, Amy Winehouse and many more.
The illustration features a fantasy festival called ZION, which appears to pull from a number of iconic locations including Glastonbury, Tomorrowland, Lollapalooza, Melt! and Outlook.
Major Lazer have become the first major US act to perform in Cuba since diplomatic ties were restored between the two countries in December 2014.
The trio played a free show to an estimated 450,000 fans at Tribuna José Martí, in front of the U.S. Embassy in Havana, on last Sunday 6th March.
The event was presented by the Musicabana Foundation in association with the people and Government of Cuba. As part of the cultural exchange, the trio also met with Cuban music students and shared the stage with local DJs.
Parklife festival has unveiled an insane line-up for this summer's festival with The Chemical Brothers, Ice Cube and Major Lazer all set to headline the two-day extravaganza.
Taking place on Saturday 11th and Sunday 12th June at Manchester’s iconic Heaton Park, the festival has gathered the great and good of dance, indie, pop and hip-hop.