Collaborations in music do not stop. This time it was the Canadian, Justin Bieber who announced that in a few days he will launch a new collaboration with Skrillex and the rapper and singer, Don Toliver. Since this news was released, the fans of the musicians have not stopped celebrating this union and assure that it will be a success.
It was through their social networks that the three involved shared several photos of them together and asked their followers to be aware of what was being prepared. This Monday, the new list of Billboard’s HOT 100 was released and as expected, ‘Stay’, the song he did next to The Kid LAROI He was back in first place for the second time.
It is not the first collaboration they have
It was in 2015 when the Canadian teamed up with the DJ to create a huge hit. It was with the song ‘Where Are Ü Now’ where he teamed up with Skrillex and Diplo to make an incredible song that belonged to an album by the musicians and that in addition to Bieber, had other very important collaborations.
Justin wrote this song one night when he was alone in the studio … and one day I ran into Diplo at a club and told him that I had this song written and performed by JB, and we started mixing. Finally he said ‘we can include her in Jack Ü’… The rest is history, “said Scooter Braun.
When is the new Justin Bieber and Skrillex song coming out?
So far the name of the new song between the three men is not known. However, the only detail that they have released on their social networks is that next Friday will be the day that all fans can listen to this new song that will most likely be a success.
Everyone uploaded only two photographs to their social networks, one where they are leaning on a black car with pink lights falling on their face and the second is of the three adults with their backs walking in an illuminated area. Undoubtedly, thousands of people hope it will be a unique song and that it will dominate the popularity charts.
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