Skrillex Shares Epic 12-Minute Documentary Of 2016 Titled "The Same Place"


What a year 2016 was for Skrillex. The wildly talented, multi-faceted artist dropped heavy singles like "Waiting" with What So Not and RL Grime, "Purple Lamborghini" with Rick Ross and "Killa" with Wiwek to name a few.

His record label, OWSLA, is stronger than ever and has cultivated an incredibly loyal following from its brand, which has somewhat developed into a lifestyle. His imprint has continued to be a trendsetter in electronic music, picking up promising acts like Marshmello and Joyryde who've become some of the most exciting dance acts to watch in the past year. 

Skrillex, along with Jas Davis and Winterhalter who have filmed and edited his insane pictures and videos, have put together an epic 12-minute mini doc called "The Same Place" that recaps the year. He also drops some serious knowledge in the middle of it all.

"Make music for the 16 year old inside yourself even when you're 50 years old. Fuck the craft, everyone can learn how to do this shit. Cultivate your own thing, stick together and just do that. Have some fun, make some music. If it's fun --- that's all that matters. I'm having fun. I'm in the same room you're all sitting in right now. I'm in the same place you guys are." -- Skrillex

You'll also hear some heavy edits of his releases like "Lamborghini" in the beginning. Watch the video below and enjoy!

Young Thug Didn’t Show Up For “Wyclef Jean” Music Video, Director Drops It Anyway

Young Thug Wyclef Jean

Some big rappers have a track record of sometimes being unreliable whether it's being late, not showing up, etc. Well Young Thug had a big $100k music video shoot for his song "Wyclef Jean" planned out that he wasn't able to make it to the shoots.

It starts out with a recording of Young Thug explaining what he wants to include in the video. The video was full of Young Thug's ideas including models driving kiddie cars, kids in real cop cars, lots of girls, so the director Ryan Staake from company Pomp & Clout decided to do the best he could making these scene happen without Young Thug actually being there. Staake  provides commentary of the entire situation and ends up with a hilarious video that is great, despite only including one shot with Young thug eating cheetos (That he ended up recording on his own).

Watch this hilarious take on the process of making a big time hip-hop music video. Enjoy!

Young Thug - Wyclef Jean | Official Video 

Watch The Weeknd's Trippy New Video For "Party Monster"

Party Monster

The Weeknd is back with another epic music video! This time it’s for his Starboy album single "Party Monster" which continues his stellar output of cinematic music videos.

He first impressed us with his next-level, movie-quality visuals for "Starboy" and "False Alarm", the latter of which is an action-packed video of a heist that's shot in the first person. This time around, The Weeknd delivers an 80s-inspired video directed by BRTHR. The frantic visuals have Goosebumps' vibe with plenty of bright neon lights and trippy visuals that capture the late night aesthetic of the song’s party theme. Enjoy!

The Weeknd - Party Monster | Purchase

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