Last evening, Lil Wayne graced the stage to carry out a brand new remix of Imagine Dragons' music "Believer" with the band, in addition to his C5 standout "Uproar." When he stepped onto the stage, followers had been slightly confused about what he was sporting. His outfit consisted of knee-high boots, a number of coats, a shawl, fingerless gloves, and purple shiny pants. Needless to say, it was not acquired properly on social media. The efficiency happened through the halftime present of ESPN's faculty soccer program and a few individuals, like Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin, determined to voice their opinions on Tunechi's set.
The Governor tweeted after the efficiency, "Way to destroy an entertaining @Imaginedragons half-time live performance with the bizarre rantings of a drained, has-been like @LilTunechi..." As anticipated, a lot of Wayne's followers slithered their approach into his replies to trash the Governor. Perhaps the funniest response goes to at least one Wayne supporter who determined to play with Imagine Dragons' identify, writing, "Imagine me draggin' deez nutz throughout yo face." Others acknowledged that they'd quite vote for "drained has-been" Lil Wayne over Bevin any day.
The replies carry on rolling in in what seems to be probably the most random feud of the 12 months up to now. There's not an excessive amount of to base this off of however Lil Wayne vs. Matt Bevin is actually not one thing we anticipated within the New Year.
Lil Wayne Clowned For "Hamburglar" Outfit During Imagine Dragons Performance
The Governor of Kentucky known as Weezy a "drained, has-been."
When it was introduced that Lil Wayne could be becoming a member of Imagine Dragons throughout their halftime efficiency on ESPN's school soccer broadcast, followers have been excited to tune in to see what he would play. The legendary rapper has dabbled with rock music previously and he is proven to be a giant fan of Imagine Dragons. He ended up performing his Tha Carter V standout "Uproar" and a remix of the band's "Believer," which was uploaded to streaming providers instantly after the efficiency. As individuals have been watching the present go down, soccer followers have been usually unimpressed with Weezy, wishing he would have simply stayed backstage.
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The principal factor that folks have been confused about was the artist's wacky outfit, which has been in comparison with the "Hamburglar." Tunechi rocked an outsized coat with sun shades, shiny crimson pants, a big hat, a striped scarf, fingerless gloves, and knee-high boots. Needless to say, the star's outfit was not a success with the gang. Many questioned about his id earlier than realizing that it was truly Lil Wayne, which left just a few individuals indignant, together with the Kentucky Governor. "Way to smash an entertaining @Imaginedragons half-time live performance," wrote Matt Bevin. He then proceeded to seek advice from Tunechi as a "drained has-been." Ouch.
Of course, Wayne's followers have stepped in to defend him on social media. The principal supply of backlash is his outfit, not his efficiency. I suppose that is a constructive...
Interscope Records Releases Dance Compilation Helix Volume 2
Interscope Records has released Helix Volume 2, a compilation of the label’s top dance songs and remixes. Helix Volume 1 was released last November, along with the launch of the label’s YouTube channel and Spotify playlist. Interscope Records has kept up the pace and listeners are waiting for more.
The album consists of 20 tracks, including the premiere of Riton and Kah-Lo’s remix of “Back to You” by Selena Gomez. The track is exclusive to Helix Vol.2 and is the first released remix of the song. The collaboration was born after Selena Gomez posted a video singing along to their recent release of “Fake I.D” that went viral.
A few other hits that appear on the album include Chromeo’s remix of “Wait” by Maroon 5, The Knocks’ remix of “Ahead of Myself” by X Ambassadors, Rusko’s remix of “Wolves” by Selena Gomez and Marshmello, and Cheat Code’s remix of “Dangerous Night” by 30 Seconds to Mars.
In addition, the compilation features hit artists from a wide array of genres including DJ Snake, Imagine Dragons, Aloe Blacc, and Louis The Child, making this album the perfect playlist to throw on when you’re needing to feel good and dance your heart out.
Helix – Volume 2 Track List
Selena Gomez “Back To You” (Riton & Kah-Lo Remix)
Louis The Child w/ Wafia – “Better Not”
Zedd, Maren Morris & Grey – “The Middle”
Raye x RAMZ – “Decline”
Cashmere Cat, Tory Lanez, Major Lazer – “Miss You”
DJ Snake – “Magenta Riddim”
Amber Mark – “Love Me Right” (ADP Remix)
Maroon 5 – “Wait” (Chromeo Remix)
X Ambassadors – “Ahead of Myself” (The Knocks Remix)
Billie Eilish – “COPYCAT” (Sofi Tukker Remix)
Amber Mark – “Lose My Cool” (RAC Remix)
Aloe Blacc – “Brooklyn In The Summer” (Manatee Commune Remix)
Selena Gomez & Marshmello – “Wolves” (Rusko Remix)
Daya – “New” (Ryan Riback Remix)
30 Seconds to Mars – “Dangerous Night” (Cheat Codes Remix)
Imagine Dragons – “Whatever It Takes” (Jorgen Odegard Remix)
Gryffin – ”Winnebago”
Devault – “Stay” (feat. Njomza & Bipolar Sunshine)
AlunaGeorge – “Turn Up The Love”
Louis The Child x Jacob Banks – “Diddy Bop”
Listen to the full album on all platforms here.
Kygo Unveils Massive New Collab with Imagine Dragons
After teasing something with Imagine Dragons two days ago, Kygo has revealed that he has a collaboration with the American rock group called “Born To Be Yours.”
Information about the track seems to be slowly trickling out, first with the reveal that there was something happening, now Kygo with the track’s title. Imagine Dragons finishes it up with a blissful audio preview and a release date: this Friday.
With Imagine Dragons now locked in, Kygo has a formidable start to a new album, after releasing his Stargazing EP last year. That included “It Ain’t Me” with Selena Gomez and “First Time” with Ellie Goulding.
We’ll have to wait and see when “Born To Be Yours” drops, but experience tells that it will be worth it.
— Kygo (@KygoMusic) June 12, 2018
— Imagine Dragons (@Imaginedragons) June 13, 2018
BREAKING: Kygo x Imagine Dragons Is A Thing
Kygo has something big on the horizon…
On Facebook and Instagram, the Norwegian DJ and producer has shared a simple image of himself posing with American rockers Imagine Dragons; the caption is just the musical notes emoji.
The teaser could mean either a collaboration or a remix, but Billboard seems to believe it’s a fully-fledged collab. The reality won’t be known until more information is revealed, since we haven’t heard anything about him working with Imagine Dragons in the past.
Regardless, Kygo has worked with some other high-profile rockers in the past including U2 and OneRepublic, so we don’t see any of this being an issue, no matter how it goes down.
Keep an eye on Your EDM for new information as it becomes available!
The Top 10 Global Recording Artists of 2017 Have Finally Been Revealed
Ed Sheeran has ficially been named the world’s biggest recording artist 2017!
It’s a title decided by the International Federation the Phonographic Industry aka the IFPI, which represents the recording industry worldwide. The organization uses “album equivalent” units to combine measures physical sales, downloads and streams. With the massive global success Ed Sheeran’s album Divide (stylized ÷) — it’s no wonder he’s coming out on top.
For starters, Divide went certified multi-Platinum in 36 markets. The singer/songwriter’s newest album boasts several mega hits including “Castle on the Hill,” “Perfect,” and “Shape You,” which became a musical playground for remixes from Alison Wonderland, Major Lazer, Galantis, and many more. Furthermore, “I’m in love with the shape you,” became one the catchiest lyrics all time.
Interestingly, all top 5 artists are affiliated with Universal: Drake (No.2), Taylor Swift (No.3), Kendrick Lamar (No.4) and Eminem (No.5). Ed Sheeran leads the pack among some the greatest artists our time.
IFPI chief executive Frances Moore released an encouraging statement along with the announce:
“It’s wonderful to be able to announce Ed Sheeran as the IFPI Global Recording Artist 2017. The success Ed has achieved is astonishing and testament to his ability to write and perform songs that connect with a truly global fanbase.
“This year’s Global Top 10 really is a ‘who’s who’ popular music. Each artist has a unique impact on the music industry through the talent and energy they are channelling through their work. I congratulate them all for such a successful year.”
Top 10 Global Recording Artists 2017
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