The English banger isn't the first time the K-pop stars have teamed up with Western super producers
As previously reported, Skrillex dropped 11 new tracks via his Alien Ride app leading to announcing a surprise album "Reccess." What might be the most surprising -- and most pleasant surprise on the record -- is "Dirty Vibe," an English-language, K-pop-meets-EDM collaboration between the dubstep maestro, Diplo plus K-pop stars G-Dragon and CL, who are leaders of boy band BIGBANG and girl group 2NE1, respectively.
Over a hyperactive, twerk-ready beat, the Korean singer/rappers boast swaggerific, explicit lines in perfect English -- a rarity not only for the language, but for the dirty lyrics rarely heard on the K-pop scene.
CL kicks things off telling listeners they're "in the presence of a queen" before bragging "You ain't know? I'm your girl's lesbian crush" -- perhaps a nod to 2NE1's new album "Crush," that recently broke records for K-pop albums in America. Meanwhile, G-Dragon says, "I don't pop molly, I rock microphones," and that he's "as dirty as they come and they're ain't more than one."