London producer/singer Kwes has a voice to soothe the restless and the pensive disposition of a painter or philosopher, which is fitting for someone who studied Schopenhauer in college and frequently takes inspiration from visual artists.
Skrillex, joined by Alvin Risk, claims the top debut on Dance/Electronic Songs as “Try It Out” opens at No. 19, fueled by 15,000 first-week downloads sold, according to Nielsen SoundScan. The collaboration also debuts at No. 9 on Dance/Electronic Digital Songs, granting Skrillex his sixth top 10 on the list.
“There’s a whole new generation of kids that are growing up having not heard the ‘90s stuff and hearing Disclosure for the first time and being like ‘I love this sound,’” Mac tells Billboard in an exclusive interview.