Skrillex's VIP Remix of GTA's 'Red Lips'.
"A previously unreleased collaboration from The Game and Skrillex has surfaced and its filled with all the lyrical riffs and EDM you can pack into one track. Starting with a sample of Frank Sinatra’s “Granada,” The Game shoots bars over Skrillex’s signature trapped-out baseline, referring to himself as “the God, El Chapo” and seemingly pointing towards the notorious Mexican drug lord, “El Chapo Guzman.” In keeping with the song’s lyrical theme, he also raps a handful of bars in pretty convincing Spanish. The Game’s Documentary 2 will be released October 9 and while “El Chapo” isn’t featured on the track list" - Highsnobiety.com
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The modern age of technology has created opportunity for communication and independence. As Diplo states, "the distribution chain [of the old industry] is broken," allowing individuals the ability to create and distribute on their own terms. Undoubtedly, the lack of major label influence is one of many factors that have driven the EDM industry to the height it's achieved.
In this exclusive thirty-minute interview with Charlie Rose, Diplo and Skrillex discuss the accessibility of electronic music, their collaboration with Justin Bieber, the rumored link between Skrillex and the rise of club drugs, and the process for creating their signature sound.
With the goal of having their music reach as wide an audience as possible, regardless of profit, the duo knows what it takes to be successful, and understand the future of the market. As CharlIe Rose says "Accessibilty is a key."
Written by Nicholas Piser
August 17th, 2015 - Much.com sat down recently with Skrillex & Diplo of JackÜ to discuss their logic and reasoning behind making music with Canadian pop-superstar Justin Bieber. Relax ladies, "The Bieb" is not featured in this exclusive interview. However the comfy, little "sit down" proves rather insightful into the inception of how the collaborative project for "Where Are Ü Now" first took place. The duo goes in depth explaining how Usher played ambassador and common thread, first linking the two foreign parties together.
Written by Kiel Sterling
Jauz has been recognized as a remix-genius over the past year, and has since been featured in numerous sets throughout major music festivals. The remix-genius and bass-master, Skrillex, had dropped news regarding their plans to do a collaboration, which had fans on the edges of their seats anxiously awaiting for it to drop.
It seems as though the finished product had finally been debuted at Summer Set Music Festival in Somerset WI. The track nor track title has been released and not even by the artists themselves, but we are lucky enough to have a 4 minute video from a fan at the festival. House of Hearts sends a huge "thank you" to this fan for dropping some major feels in our lives. Enjoy the video below!
Written by Kellee Liverani
Here's a series of our favorite photographs taken from this years Mad Decent Block Party at Festival Pier. See below for the entire gallery link found on the House of Hearts Facebook page. Photos provided by Josh Campbell Photography. Paid in Cheetos.
Mad Decent Block Party 2015
Written By Kiel Sterling
Entire Gallery (CLICK HERE)
Check out this track by Dillon Francis and Calvin Harris off of the EP Moombahton, called "What's Your Name." The EP will also be featuring tracks from Skrillex! Keep an eye out on House of Hearts for more updates regarding the EP and newly released tracks!
Written by Kellee Liverani
Hola amigos! Spicoli here. Still waiting on Mr. Hand to pass me for what would be my last year at Summer sckool. The struggle is real. I know, but ANYWAYS, in the meantime I pulled together another collection of my most bodacious Summer hits. Figure while I'm here I might as well make some people smile. But, oh yea, Mr. Hands still such a dick! Hope yall are good. Enjoy! Cheya