Category Archives: Diplo
“Keep It Gully” the new Diplo single alongside Australia’s Swick previously only available on Mad Decent Premium. Diplo states” Swicks vibe is always a bit more broken liquid and thats how we keep that 4×4 uptempo fresh and bangin.” On the B-side “Dat A Freak feat. TT The ARTIST& Lewis Cancut” is an egyptian twurk anthem for the ladies and just for fun we threw in the dub version as well for all the late night underground ravers.” – Mad Decent
Diplo, easily one of the top music producers of today and tomorrow, never fails at making his songs absolute bangers that gets every crowd going. Alongside Flinch, as well as remixed by Flinch, this trap exclusive is exactly what you need to get through your day. If you have yet to see Diplo live, you are missing out on the best live experience of your life! After seeing him two times, he has taken the bar and risen it sky high! Big thanks to Flinch for the FREE download and be sure to share and follow both artists on SoundCloud and Facebook.
Calvin Haris’ recently debuted “Sweet Nothing” is a sensational mix of classic vocals from the amazing Florence Welch and new age house music. It was about time that someone Trapped this banger up and none other than Diplo has stepped up to the plate and has dropped a sick Trapstyle Remix. Diplo kept Flo’s beautiful vocals and gave the track a dope ass trap mix that will have you playing it over and over for the rest of the day. Ripped from Annie Mac’s Radio One Show, we look forward to Diplo releasing this track very soon! Here is Calvin Harris ft. Florence Welch – Sweet Nothing (Diplo Trapstyle Remix) BBC RIP. Enjoy, and have a great Sunday!
Another banger from the epic duo Datsik and Diplo has just been dropped and I would classify this as a feet shuffling, head-bobbing, electro house banger! The filthy, yet brilliant, mind of Datsik combined with Diplo’s genious always spits out songs that are guaranteed to remain on your ‘Recently Played’ playlist on iTunes. This jam, Barely Standing took me by surprise at first, but before I knew it I was suffering from the typical EDM symptoms: dancing feet and a heavy head full of beats. Take this one with a grain of salt, not your average Datsik, nor your average Diplo, but this is definitely the jam.