Diplo and Skrillex Drop New Jack U Tracks At Lollapalooza Brazil, Stream Full Set [WATCH]
During a riotous set at Lollapalooza 2016 in Brazil this past weekend, Jack U, the EDM production super-duo of Diplo and Skrillex, dropped several new tracks including ID remixes of "Roses" by The Chainsmokers featuring vocals from Rozes and Valentino Khan's "Lunchbox." Thanks to some of the over 80,000 attendees, fans around the world can stream audio and video footage of the full bass-driven live set online.
During the 75-minute-long set the duo mixed together over 45 tracks including cuts by Keys N Krates, Just Blaze with Baauer featuring Jay Z, A$AP Ferg with A$AP Rocky, YOGI featuring Pusha T and countless OWSLA and Mad Decent artists. Other highlights include Marshmello's remixes of "Where Are U Now?," Jack U's Grammy Award-winning collaboration with Justin Bieber, and Adele's "Hello."
In addition to dropping tons of original Jack U material, tracks by each producer's solo projects, collaborations with other artists and various remixes and other edits, Skrillex and Diplo's Lollapalooza set included a new version of their collaboration with SNAILS titled "Holla Out," This Song Is Sick reports.
Listen to the full live set here and watch the party below.
The producers weren't the only artists to throw down wild sets at Lollapalooza's Brazil edition. Eminem, A-Trak, Florence and the Machine, Tame Impala, Die Antwoord, Kaskade, ODESZA, Eagles of Death Metal, Halsey and RL Grime were among the stacked list of artists on the Sao Paulo concert lineup.
According to a Twitter exchange between A-Trak and Diplo, the two DJs performed a back-to-back set at an afterparty in Sao Paulo. Apparently, it was "so lit" that "even Halsey was pop lock and dropping it."
Check the snaps it was litted .. Even. Halsey was pop lock and dropping it https://t.co/I9K9pakpAv
— wesley safadao (@diplo) March 14, 2016
Prior to Jack Ü 's Brazil show, Diplo played an historic set as Major Lazer in Cuba. Meanwhile, Skrillex hosted the fourth episode of his OWSLA Radio show featuring special guests DJ Snake, Tchami and Mercer last week.