Here is a sentence perfectly calibrated to turpentine away my own personal last straw: “The founders of America’s first matcha café in New York City are bringing an energy drink powered by the trendy green tea leaf to stores nationwide, along with the help of some special celebrity investors including Ansel Elgort, …
Zedd, a producer and DJ who is partially responsible for that song “The Middle,” is also partially responsible for my favorite thing so far this week: a dude fight about who owns the soul of EDM, or something.
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I know no one really cares about the marriage of two rich and famous people on a day like today, but it is my job to tell you about the chances of Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie getting back together regardless of DEFCON level.
Buried deep within this lengthy GQ Style story about Diplo and his recent tour in Africa is a sweet little story about why Rihanna has never shown up on a Major Lazer track.
Charli XCX continues her streak of making sugary, unabashedly girly pop with her new single “Boys,” which includes a music video starring what feels like every hot dude in music.
As it turns out, the LA County courts absurdly do not recognize my judgeship and time serving this illustrious court. However, as soon as I started opening my mouth, neither the plaintiff nor the defendant wanted anything to do with me, so here we are. The scales of justice, folks!
During a segment of her Big Brother-like “Witness World Wide” livestream Sunday, Katy Perry was joined by cab driver James Corden for a game of “Spill Your Guts or Fill Your Guts,” which is sort of like WWHL’s “Plead the Fifth,” only you have to eat something disgusting like a pickled pig’s foot or cow tongue (I don’t…
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Dawson Leery, otherwise known as James Van Der Beek, will play a version of the real-life Diplo in the upcoming Viceland series What Would Diplo Do?
Avicii, the Swedish dance producer and retired-DJ, was onto something when he released the album True in 2013. Having established himself as a powerhouse of EDM, he decided to combine his exhilarated synths with a slice of fascinatingly down-home-yet-turnt-up country and bluegrass, creating another entry in the …
In today’s Tweet Beat, Diplo gets political, Alyssa Milano tries and Brie Larson is woke.
If you missed Justin Bieber—doubtful, since “Sorry” is still everywhere—listen to Major Lazer’s new song “Cold Water,” also featuring Danish singer MØ. It’s perfect for a lazy summer day with your friends and according to Rolling Stone, the jam came together pretty effortlessly.
We cherish Diplo for his music, and we cherish Diplo for his propensity for getting into dudefights on Twitter. We most recently saw the DJ/producer Wesley Pentz getting scrappy at Pitchfork’s “balding music critics” for misreporting the timing of a stabbing in Vegas (it did NOT happen during a Jack Ü set), but now it…
After performing at Coachella in April and releasing a song with Zedd, Kesha will keep up the momentum by touring this summer as part of producer Diplo’s Mad Decent Block Party.
In today’s Tweet Beat, Diplo has an epiphany, Courtney Stodden finds her niche and can you feel Ariana Grande’s love?
Following the success of “Lean On,” the MØ/Major Lazer/DJ Snake joint that became the most globally streamed song of the summer on Spotify—the Danish singer-songwriter’s paired up with Diplo once more for a new track, called “Kamikaze.” Via Pitchfork, it just premiered on Annie Mac.
Diplo has had it up to here with music critics, specifically “balding music critics who can only review Future and Drake and terrible indie rock.” That’s very specific.
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Diplo and Skrillex are having a banger summer, both individually (Major Lazer’s “Lean On”; Skrillex and Katie Couric’s “Untitled”) and together as Jack Ü. “Where Are Ü Now,” their chart-topping dance jam with Biebs, rides on the strength of Biebs’ lithe falsetto and a melancholy squiggle of synths; in the new video,…