Cashmere Cat enlists Major Lazer, Tory Lanez, and more for new mega collaboration, ‘Miss You’

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Cashmere Cat is ramping up to have a huge year in 2018. Just ahead of the start of his co-headlining road stretch with MØ, the Norwegian beat maker has roped together a star-studded outfit for a new collaboration dubbed “Miss You.”

The track features contributions from Major Lazer and rapper Tory Lanez, is co-written by radio hit gurus Ed Sheeran and Benny Blanco, and was debuted as Zane Lowe‘s World Record on Beats 1.

Warm melodies and breezy percussion arrangements complement singalong-primed vocal work and an infectious hook that’s destined for near immediate air wave domination this spring. Cashmere Cat and company navigate their way through a relatively formulaic surefire hit without sounding like there are too many cooks in the kitchen.

Paired with a serene lyric video to accompany the release, Major Lazer, Tory Lanez, and Cashmere Cat find mass appeal harmony on “Miss You.”

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It looks like a Zhu and Tame Impala collaboration may be in the works

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As far as strange sonic pairings go, sometimes musical opposites really do attract — just ask Elton John and Eminem, Kanye West and Bon Iver, or Aerosmith and Run DMC, among many others. Now, possibly the next artistic convergence to to join the odd collaborations ranks could be Zhu and Tame Impala, as they’re rumored to have linked up for an upcoming project. This set of rumors reignited speculation that first began circulating on the internet in late 2017.

Zhu took to Twitter to fan the flames, leaving a perfectly nondescript message that will either leave fans scratching their heads, or salivating for a first listen. If this materializes, will Zhu’s enigmatic electro-noir style complement Tame Impala‘s buzzing psychedelic rock fare? Only time will tell, though all signs point to a hit waiting to happen. Fingers crossed.

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Preview Lil Peep’s Post-Humous Collaboration With Marshmello

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Shortly after Lil Peep’s death on November 15, 2017, Marshmello revealed that him and the late rapper had a collaboration ready to be released. Earlier today (January 10), Marshmello took to Instagram to share the post-humous collaboration with Lil Peep titled “Spotlight.” While the clips are short, Marshmello will officially release the collaboration this Friday

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Datsik and Virtual Riot Release New Future Banger “Warriors of the Night”

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Recently, Datsik released his first song off his new soon to be released EP titled “Warriors of the Night.” This new track is a collaboration with talented Dubstep DJ-producer, Virtual Riot, that will definitely have you breaking your neck. This new headbanging banger creates the synthetic sounds of the life of a ninja warrior or

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Jauz and Zeds Dead deliver heavy new collaboration ‘Lights Go Down’

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Jauz and Zeds Dead are both respectively wrapping up on career years as 2017 draws to a close. To celebrate two independently successful campaigns, Hooks and DC are linking with Jauz to cap off the year with a bang, teaming up for three back-to-back NYE performances and officially solidifying the union with some new joint music. Linking up for “Lights Go Down” the trio offer up a heavy-handed drum n’ bass-inspired setlist weapon that seamlessly complements both of their distinct production styles.

The three-man outfit show off their shared penchant for pitch-bending vocals and cinematic builds, as “Lights Go Down” spirals into a thunderous uptempo glitch-hop rhythm polished with head spinning, percussive assaults for the breaks. Charging into 2018, the Sharksquad factotum and his veteran Canadian counterparts have now both entered the A&R game, each founding imprints to begin to groom the next generation of up-and-coming DJs and producers with Deadbeats and Bite This. The new offering is being dually released via the two labels, and could hopefully usher in a more cross-label collaborations between these two acts in the future.

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Dillstradamus is back with ‘Tern It Up’

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For those who like hard drops and dirty chords, there are few bigger names than Dillon Francis and Flosstradamus. The two artists started teasing a collaboration after Josh Young and Curt Cameruci of Flosstradamus split this past summer, leaving Cameruci as the sole member of the moniker. Their collaboration, which is titled “Tern It Up” is finally here.

The track starts with trap chords, bass synths, and a build that ebbs and flows throughout the first half of the song. Electronic chords come in halfway through the track, heightening the energy and fall into a more elaborate trap drop. “Tern It Up” is a track built to be dropped during a set, and fans can expect to hear this one in the club for months to come.

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Destructo joins forces with Yo Gotti on new club burner ‘Loaded’

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Destructo has a long and fruitful history of collaborating with rappers for hip-hop and G-house hybrid club cuts that always seem to turn dance floors into saunas. From Ty Dolla $ign to Pusha T, Destructo has undoubtedly earned his street cred, and the latest collaborator to join those ranks is Memphis-bred rap veteran Yo Gotti on “Loaded.” Gotti rides a classic Destructo house beat, spitting bars over thumping bass plucks and crisp claps, falling right in line with Destructo’s groovy, sinister club fare.

The track was first premiered over the summer, during Gary Richards’ star-studded final set at HARD Summer. Yo Gotti joined Richards on stage in front of a swarming crowd to debut the new collaboration, and now the track is finally seeing the light of day, coinciding with the swelling popularity of Gotti’s Nicki Minaj-assisted “Rake It Up”

With the radio cut currently charting, Yo Gotti does drops one off for the underground with Destructo on “Loaded.”

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Selena Gomez Teases Steamy Music Video For “Wolves” with Marshmello

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Recently, pop music star, Selena Gomez, has released a snippet of her new music video “Wolves,” on Twitter. She has also revealed that fans can only check out the full-length music video exclusively on Apple Music. Fans are excited to check out the new music video but, unfortunately, only Apple Music Subscribers will have access

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Mr. Carmack and Vindata take on N.E.R.D and Rihanna with ‘More Lemons’

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There are certain songs out there that seem to just beg for quality remixes right from the get-go –– most recently, N.E.R.D.’s comeback single with Rihanna “Lemon,” comes to mind. The original track is pristine working ground for a class rework effort, so Mr. Carmack and Vindata saw fit to bless the world with their joint take on the legendary funk rock/hip-hop outfit’s new product with “More Lemons.” Keeping the original mix largely intact, Carmack and Vindata up the ante on their version with some dance floor-ready modifications.

Not entirely a “lemonade out of lemons” situation, the rework avoids watering down or sugar coating where it’s inspiration came from. It merely builds on the original, simply offering “More Lemons,” if you will. The LA-based OWSLA pair and Mr. Carmack’s complementary production styles mesh into a single souped-up take on Rihanna and Pharrell‘s already certified rump-shaker, adding a welcomed dose of added hype to one of the year’s highlight marquee pop collaborations.

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A-Trak, Bauuer team up on new tracks, ‘Fern Gully’ & ‘Dumbo Drop’

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Earlier this year, electronic heavyweights Baauer and A-Trak announced a short run of back-to-back performances slated for the fall. The pairing seemed too good to be limited to a tour so new music from the LuckyMe mainstay and Fool’s Gold head honcho had to be on the way.

Now, the two superstar producers have joined forces for the first time, dropping off two tracks ahead of their stage-sharing debut. With “Fern Gully” and “Dumbo Drop,” Baauer and A-Trak find the common ground between their respective production styles, proctoring two groovy club cuts that were designed to bring a little fun down to the dance floor.

Catchy, upbeat jungle inspirations flourish on “Fern Gully,” a set tool that’s perfect for beachside bonfire dance parties. Things pivot slightly on “Dumbo Drop,” roped together by off-kilter clinks and breaks. Free of explosive drops and pitched down sample work, Baauer and A-Trak deliver two quirky cuts that mesh both of their styles without taking themselves too seriously.

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