Skrillex Discusses His 'Turning Point' Bieber Collab and His Adele-Remixing New Signee

Skrillex and Justin Bieber
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Skrillex and Justin Bieber attend the 2015 American Music Awards at Microsoft Theater on Nov. 22, 2015 in Los Angeles, California.

It has been a monumental year for Sonny Moore, the multi-faceted individual behind the household moniker Skrillex.

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His collaboration with Diplo and Justin Bieber, "Where Are U Now," peaked at No. 8 on the Hot 100 chart and has been nominated for a Grammy award.

In regards to working with the pop superstar, Skrillex said in an interview with The Guardian that "It’s been a turning point for both our careers in that we both did something new together." He adds that the best songs of all-time are collaborative, listing Michael Jackson and Quincy Jones as an example.

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The OWSLA boss later discusses his recent label signing, Marshmello, who has rapidly made a name for himself despite his anonymity. "He’s about to do his first tour and has sold out every show," Skrillex said.

Marshmello’s latest musical undertaking is a remix of Adele’s record-breaking single "Hello." Listen below:

Read Skrillex’s full interview with The Guardian here.

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