Jack Ü & SNAILS – Holla Out (VIP) : Must Hear Alternate Version [Free Download]

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Earlier this year the massive collaboration between bass music's hottest act SNAILS and EDM powerhouse group Jack Ü came to life. Their song "Holla Out" has since seen support from an endless list of acts, but we heard an earlier version of the song before the album version was released. This "VIP" version was first debuted on the BBC Radio 1 Jack Ü mix and has long been sought after, but many believed would never see the light of day. That is until last night when Mad Decent head honcho Diplo gave the labels director, Paul Devro, the go-ahead to leak the song via reddit, and now SNAILS has uploaded the track and made it available for free download! This bass heavy masterpiece should be played VERY loud, on the biggest speakers possible. Listen below, grab a free download and enjoy!

Jack Ü & SNAILS – Holla Out (VIP) | Free Download

Listen To Skrillex Produced Justin Bieber Single “What Do You Mean” + Video

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Earlier this year the music world was flipped upside down when Skrillex and Diplo brought out Justin Bieber on their single "Where Are Ü Now". This helped Bieber crossed over into the EDM world with a healthy amount of backlash in the process. The song has gone on to be a radio hit and has spurred an endless amount of remixes.

Well today we hear the latest from Skrillex teaming up with Justin Bieber for a followup collaboration along with Bieber's regular studio mate Poo Bear. This time it's with "What Do You Mean", Justin Bieber's first solo song in nearly 2 years. The song carries over some distinct style from the previous "Where Are Ü Now" with similar flute sounds and upbeat happy style. 

What do you think? Has Skrillex made this Justin Bieber's most universal sounding song to date? Will this lead to just as much backlash?

Check out the full steam of the video staring pro skater Ryan Sheckler. 

Skrillex X Justin Bieber – What Do you Mean? | itunes

Skrillex & Jauz – Squad Out : Electro House / Trap [Free Download]

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The day has finally come, Adult Swim has blessed us with the highly anticipated collaboration between bass forces Skrillex & Jauz. We heard a preview of the song from Jauz’s live set from Summerset and now you are able to hear the version in full, along with a free download. You hear Jauz’s house style blend with Skrillex’s gnarly bass sounds combining to form a recipe for destruction. Stream the full song below and enjoy.

Skrillex & Jauz – Squad Out | Free Download

Skrillex and Jauz Have A New Collaboration and It Sounds Insane

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Jauz's originals and remixes have been staples amongst just about every DJs festival set this year. This is on top of the producer / DJ also making his mark with some huge festival sets of his own.  

Earlier this year his rise was further cemented with the official news of a collaboration with him and bass icon Skrillex. We've heard both producers play out versions of the song over the past few months, but this past weekend it seems the finished version has been shared. At Summer Set Music Festival this weekend a fan captured the most complete recording we've heard yet and Jauz exclaims on the mic the collab is finally finished.

Currently rumored to be titled either "Squad Out", the song blends electro and trap for a high energy stray away from Jauz's signature Future House sound. Watch and listen to the most full preview of the song to date with this 4 minute clip. We can only hope this means an official release date is around the corner. Enjoy!

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