Deadmau5 used his Soundcloud account to release “where im at,” an obvious swipe at the Jack Ü track, “Where Are Ü Now.”
In between delivering his verses with a black backdrop, Bieber gets the graffiti treatment courtesy of fans.
DJs are like kids in the schoolyard; they play together, throw mud in each other’s faces, and name call, all for the sake of a good time.
To be fair, ‘Bangarang’ does have some crazy guitar playing on it.
It is still definitely worth it to have Missy Elliott work it on your track. This Jack Ü remix proves that.
Alesso, Armin van Buuren and Hardwell are also among the long list of performers.
Skrillex and track collaborator Diplo turn over the spotlight to South Korean pop stars in the highly stylized clip.
A tidbit of disinformation sent the internet into a tizzy that Skrillex had ponied up big money for the one-of-a-kind Wu Tang release.
The video, directed by Nabil, finds a dude training intensely to fight in some underground fight club deal.
With K-Pop dominating the interwebs and YouTube, you might be surprised which American artists have collaborated with some of K-Pop’s top artists.