White’s two-day event will feature “a combination of the world’s greatest snowboarders, skiers and skateboarders, as well as live performances of some of the top music acts.”
One might think that, in order to remix a song, it might be a bass bumping beat, but for Steve Aoki, it’s the vocals.
The video finds Aoki and Kid Ink exploring a world of Where The Wild Things Are-esque cyclopses and neon pillars.
“If they hit me up directly and they were like, ‘Okay, let’s do this shirt and make some money together,’ it could’ve been a different story,” he told Astra. “But instead, they do their own thing on their rogue mission.”
Steve Aoki may be the new Kevin Bacon, as in, the guy who everyone is “six degrees” from.
Aoki and his legal team aren’t laughing at the site poking fun at the cake-throwing DJ, with the site responding in customarily comedic fashion.
Someone tell Steve Aoki he needs to learn how to take a joke. ~Niko
Aoki has come out in defense of his theatrical shows, explaining the origins of “caking” and why he’s continue to do so into the future, critics be damned.
As always, this year’s Tomorrowland is power-packed with some of EDM’s biggest names this year, including Skrillex, Diplo, Hardwell, Tiesto, Steve Aoki, Kaskade and countless more. Watch the action live right here.
Diplo, Steve Aoki and Deorro’s new video is safe for work. No, really. It may not look like it at first, but it is.