One does not simply tell Skrillex when to release his coveted “Red Lips” remix!
The viral meme broke out earlier this summer after the OWLSA kingpin built a massive amount of hype playing his remix of GTA’s original in sets across the globe. In true artistic fashion, Skrillex had a bigger vision in mind for this release and teased a music video trailer that’s left many of us speechless with excitement!
Skrillex has a long standing history for delivering imaginative music videos that conceptualize his audio creations. "Ragga Bomb", "Burial", "Fuck That" and "Dirty Vibes" featured cinematic depictions throughout their storyline and had some visions of a post-apocalyptic world in all but "Burial". "Red Lips" looks like it's going to be just as legendary to tie into Skrillex's ethos.
The music video drops Monday, November 30th on Apple Music, so be sure to check back to this post when the song and video drop.
GTA – "RED LIPS (SKRILLEX REMIX)" OFFICIAL VIDEO TRAILER
Teaser for my new remix I did for WE ARE GTA #RedLips
Posted by Skrillex on Friday, November 27, 2015
Yes that is Shia LaBouf in the background
Rumors of new unreleased Skrillex music seems to always remain a topic of conversation for dance music fans across the board. However, in recent months it seems that conversation has ramped up more than ever before with dozens of previews of forthcoming collaborations, remixes, and originals surfacing across the internet including a new rap collaboration with rising hip-hop artist "PNC" and a remix of GTA's "Red Lips" as well as collabs with Zhu, Jauz, Justin Bieber, The Game and among others.
Today even more exciting live videos surface from the man himself and fellow LA producer Getter. Skrillex shared a live preview of his new remix for Torro Torro's "Make A Move" on twitter while Getter shared his collaboration with Skrillex via Facebook and they are sounding extra heavy. With the artists themselves sharing this content one can assume these tracks will be see official releases soon. Watch the previews below. Enjoy
— SKRILLEX (@Skrillex) November 22, 2015
Skrillex and Diplo's Jack Ü project shows no signs of slowing down as they continue to headline festivals across the country and keep content continuously flowing. Today we receive a remix of "Febreze" that we've heard Skrillex teasing in his sets for quite some time and now we find out it's from fellow LA bass producer Getter. Spicing up the synths and drums with the signature Getter flavor, we get an all out heavy revision of the song turning the trap based song into a heavy dubstep heater. No release details yet but we will keep you updated. Stream below and enjoy.
Jack Ü – Febreze Feat. 2 Chainz (Getter Remix) | Stream Only
Only 4 days away from the release of his next album Purpose, Justin Bieber has just premiered a cut from the album featuring Halsey entitled "The Feeling" on Zane Lowe's radio show. After calling into Zane Lowe's show and being told by Zane himself that he'd only be playing one song, Justin changed the plan from premiering "Love Yourself" — which Ed Sheeran co-wrote and sings back-up vocals on — to airing the seductive "The Feeling."
Produced by now frequent collaborator Skrillex, "The Feeling" and it's respective production adheres more to the forumla of a radio single than to previous electro-pop tunes like "Sorry" and "Where Are U Now" – with a vibe more similar to their latest "I'll Show You" collab, having us curious as to exactly what direction the Bieb's will be taking on Purpose. Especially seeing how his other brand new song "Love Yourself" featuring Ed Sheeran is an intimate acoustic track far from anything we've heard from Bieber in a very long time.
Official visuals for "The Feeling" should also be coming soon. Justin tweeted a snippet of the video on Nov. 6th along with the words "One week.." You can be sure we'll keep you updated as more info comes out. Enjoy!
Justin Bieber – The Feeling Ft. Halsey (Produced By Skrillex) | iTunes
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