Who Should Skrillex & Diplo Collaborate With Next? Vote!

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Skrillex and Diplo attend The 58th Grammy Awards at Staples Center on Feb. 15, 2016 in Los Angeles.

Skrillex and Diplo, also known as Jack Ü, completely murked the game last year when they released “Where R U Now” featuring Justin Bieber. They’ve both been known to click with the baddest in the game from Skrillex and Rick Ross’ “Purple Lamborghini” to Major Lazer’s “Lean On” with MØ and DJ Snake.

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With all of these sick collaborations happening all over the place, we thought we’d open the floor and take suggestions: Who should Skrillex and Diplo (Jack Ü) collaborate with next? Here’s a list of 6 contenders they haven't yet been linked to that we think would be great for the job. Who would your pick be?




Lana Del Rey- DJs like Kaskade and Datsik have put their personal touch on some of her tracks, but imagine for a moment Del Rey’s sultry lyrics over a thumping Skrillex beat. ‘Nuff said. You’re welcome.

Gucci Mane- Gucci made a triumphant return to music shortly after he was released from prison at the end of May. His comeback album “Everybody Looking” has its fair share of bass. Why not add a little of that Jack Ü flavor?

Adele – Adele’s “Hello” was remixed quite a few times and we did not mind how the songstress sounded over a good electronic beat. We would love if Jack U tailored a track for her.

Kehlani- The “CRZY” good singer has collaborated with hip-hop stars like BJ The Chicago Kid, G-Eazy and Chance The Rapper. It’s time we get those smooth R&B vocals on a dirty Jack Ü track.

Halsey- She’s already proved that she can hold her own with the electronic masters – she’s featured on The Chainsmokers track “Closer” that’s currently sitting pretty at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100. We would not say no to more electronic collaborations from Halsey.

Danny Brown- The Detroit rapper is known for his hard-hitting raps over spastic beats. This is a match made in cross-genre heaven. 


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