Just months after the release of LSD‘s stroke of “Genius,” the power trio has resurrected the track, this time with a twist. The group has enlisted another member of pop monarchy, the recently resurfaced Lil Wayne, to bump the track up a few more ancillary IQ points.
Diplo‘s string synths and bumping kicks provide a momentous pedestal for the rap icon’s flippant rhyming. Weezy’s contributing intro verse is a lesson in brevity. In under 25 seconds, the rapper spits his peace and ducks out, giving way to Sia and Labrinth’s prevailing, full-bodied croons. Tha Carter V creator also materializes in the new video accompaniment as a floating, dreadlocked wizard, complete with the trio’s signature breathing colors and off-the-wall animation.
Just four tracks into their auspicious union, LSD has seized the attention of both electronic and pop patrons. With Diplo’s soon-to-be-disbanded Major Lazer project on the backburner, there’s likely to be lots more LSD on the tips of our tongues in coming months.
Considering the careers of the two were largely birthed on the dance floor and in dapper dance clubs, “Only Can Get Better” was a logical homage to kick off the new disco-driven project, and its new video installment is a dazzling celebration of the nitty gritty energies of the indelible Big Apple.
Recently, Diplo spoke on Instagram about the future of Silk City, stating, “We will start moving lots of music forward this summer.”
A couple months after the release of Marshmello and Anne-Marie’s song “Friends”, there is now an acoustic version of the track. Dubbed as the ‘official friendzone anthem’, “Friends” is a track that tells the tale of someone trying to get with that special person who doesn’t feel the same way. The guitar of the acoustic
Dash Berlin recently teamed up with Arjay and Jonah for a vivacious, country-leaning crossover titled, “Love Out Loud.” Released on Armada‘s imprint, “Love Out Loud” exudes infectiously colorful vocals amongst equally striking guitar riffs.
Known for his exuberant, vibrant style Dash Berlin has now dropped off an official video for “Love Out Loud,” and it’s an expectedly colorful club mix.
As the track’s melody builds, lively scenes of cardboard cutouts come to life. Whether it’s cutouts skydiving from a plane or floating in the sky on snowboards, “Love Out Loud” exudes a passion for life — to live, and relish in experiences. With its passion in mind, there’s no wonder “Love Out Loud” has been given such a colorful visual counterpart.