Tyga calls on DJ Snake for ‘Girls Have Fun,’ alongside G-Eazy and Rich The Kid

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Tyga calls on DJ Snake for ‘Girls Have Fun,’ alongside G-Eazy and Rich The KidDj Snake Rukes Ultra 2017 Fiji Water

DJ Snake hits his rap grind with Tyga on their new hip-hop leaner, “Girls Have Fun” featuring G-Eazy and Rich The Kid. Tyga’s vocals glide over a lazy xylophone melody amongst bustling 808s, thumping kicks, and skipping hi-hats further adding to the Parisian DJ’s versatile production cabinet. In typical Tyga fashion, the tantalizing beat yearns for the club as Rich The Kid and G-Eazy provide energy contrast towards the featured artist’s more relaxed style.

DJ Snake has flexed his hip-hop production work with the likes of Travis Scott, Cardi B, French Montana, and Migos in the past. As one of the most successful international producers in the industry, with two singles over the 1 billion mark on Spotify, it only make sense that Snake would continue to return to the rap game—it has definitely proven to be a fitting second home to the Grammy-nominated artist.

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Breakaway Music Festival announces two feverous lineups for Columbus & Grand Rapids

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Prime Social Group is back with their biggest unveil to date. Now boasting nine festivals under the Breakaway, Prime, Haunted Fest, and #Fest brands, PSG’s elevating the supreme curation the brand’s been exploring at the intersection of hip-hop and electronic music. This year, Breakaway Music Festival serves as an outright testament to the booking that’s taking the industry by storm.

The festival will return to Grand Rapids’ Belknap Park on August 24 & 25 and Columbus’ Mapfre Stadium on August 24–26, expanding into a three-day festival installment for the first time ever.

Columbus’ Breakaway Music Festival Columbus welcomes the Grammy-nominated DJ and producer Kaskade, live electronic innovators ODESZA, the modern 4/4 master Chris Lake, OWSLA’s own bass champion Ekali, Phantoms, Kayzo, and more. Columbus will also invite some of contemporary music’s most in-demand acts including pop maverick Halsey, Khalid, and Quinn XCII.

Breakaway Music Festival Grand Rapids will also host ODESZA, as well as Borgeous, NGHTMRE, Migos, and many, many more.

As PSG’s booking outreach continues, Breakaway Music Festival will only continue to serve as an emblem of the brand’s coveted understanding of its young audience.

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Diplo explains why ‘Bank Roll’ was taken down, uploads new version with Rich Chigga

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In May, Diplo made headlines when he crammed Justin Bieber, Young Thug, and Rich The Kid into “Bank Roll” – a single with enough star power to guarantee astronomical reach, but too many collaborators to realistically sound organized. In the following days, the Mad Decent label-head remained in the spotlight when the song was abruptly removed from SoundCloud.

Today, June 7, Diplo shared a new version of the track, replacing Justin Bieber with the ever-mischievous, ever-viral Indonesian rapper Rich Chigga. In the new upload, Diplo explained the song’s sudden disappearance:

“other artists made soundcloud take down the Justin Beiber [sic] version because they had exclusives with him, you can find it online here tho cause ¯_(ツ)_/¯”

It’s unclear which artists demanded that SoundCloud remove the Justin Bieber version of the song, but, as a silver lining for those who were disappointed by its takedown, Diplo hyperlinked to a free download of the track. As for the new iteration of “Bank Roll,” though the mighty Rich Chigga is unable to save the song from it’s core issue of cluttering, his goofy baritone flow is a welcome addition.

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