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With the annual Grammy Awards held last night, the biggest surprise of the evening perhaps came in the 'Best Dance Recording' category, as Dua Lipa, Mark Ronson, and Diplo emerged as winners for their 'Silk City' project. With Dua Lipa providing vocals on 'Electricity', the single, produced by Silk City (Diplo & Ronson) was also co-produced by Riton, and Alex

Two of the biggest names in dance music, Diplo and Mark Ronson, are set to release a new track under their Silk City project - this time teaming up with the world's most in-demand female artist, Dua Lipa. In a recent interview with Rolling Stone, the ‘Scared to be Lonely’ singer spoke of working with Mark Ronson and Diplo for her

Diplo is certainly on fire lately. After his two releases together with Sia and Labrinth (LSD) 'Genius' and 'Audio' he also teamed up with MØ. 'Stay Open' is already the fourth collab between the US boy and the Dane. As if this wasn't enough heat already, the official song for this years FIFA World Cup is also courtesy of Diplo. Now, the 39-year old has formed a new EDM duo

Diplo is back in the headlines once again, spearheading a new musical supergroup, LSD. This time the DJ is accompanied by globally renowned singer/songwriters Sia and Labrinth. The trio also simultaneously released the first single from their anticipated album, 'Genius' which features verses from both vocalists. 'Genius' features Labrinth's broadway-esque intro followed by Sia's recognizable tone. The song is sure to hit the

Since storming the electronic scene with Martin Garrix on their single 'Scared To Be Lonely', English singer and songwriter Dua Lipa is the industries hottest property and it looks like her next collaboration is just around the corner. The 22-year-old took to her instagram with a new picture capturing herself, fellow English musician Mark Ronson, and Major Lazer Architect Diplo in the studio and

Mad Decent founder Diplo has been an unstoppable force this year. His T.V show 'What Would Diplo Do?' has had great success since its premiere last month. He announced a Disco album with Mark Ronson, released a Bollywood inspired track, and now, a brand-new collaboration, titled 'Swerve' with American rapper/songwriter Starrah has surfaced. 'Swerve' is a low-key, chilled trap track, driven by a strong but smooth

Diplo and Mark Ronson are set to collaborate on a full-fledged disco album. In a wide-ranging and already controversial interview with GQ, Thomas Wesley Pentz revealed his connection with Ronson. The British DJ played at a house party which Diplo had attended while residing in Philadelphia, and they also shared a mutual connection through a school in the city. Inspired

Like a fine wine, Mark Ronson seems to get ever better as he matures. The English DJ and producer's first album failed to make an impact in the charts in 2003, but his subsequent 2 albums released in 2007 and 2010 peaked at number 2 in the UK. The last 12 months have been particularly exciting for the funk and soul specialist, after