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There seems to be no stopping Skrillex as he continues to pour gasoline on the most prolific year of his storied career.
He kicked off 2023 by dropping two new albums in as many days before teasing another pair, which are also expected to release this year. Taking to social media today, Skrillex has now teased a brand-new collaboration with Lil Baby, Flowdan and Bibi Bourelly.
A filthy blend of trap, grime and UK dubstep, the unreleased track twists the knife into the contemporary Skrillex sound. Take a listen below.
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If past is prologue, there’s much more to be had in terms of unreleased Skrillex music.
The pioneering producer recently premiered “Push,” a long-awaited collaboration with Hamdi and TAICHU, on Jyoty’s radio show. He’s also been playing out a hotly anticipated track, tentatively titled “Xereca Na Vara,” which appeared in his show-stopping Coachella headline set alongside Fred again.. and Four Tet.
Another viral drop came during last weekend’s Lost Lands festival, where dubstep star INFEKT exclusively debuted a never-before-heard riddim track produced by Skrillex.
It’s unclear whether or not the collaboration with Lil Baby, Flowdan and Bibi Bourelly will appear on one of Skrillex’s upcoming albums. He has not yet revealed a title or release date at the time of writing.
Written by: 98bpm Radio
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