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New Music: Diplo’s ‘Set Me Free’ & ‘Be Right There’

Diplo released two strong tracks on his Mad Decent label this week that are must-listens for any club DJ.
The first single, “Be Right There,” is an uptempo collaboration with Canada’s Sleepy Tom that samples Jade’s 1992 R&B classic, “Don’t Walk Away.”
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The second single, “Set Me Free,” is a surefire trap anthem that features the sultry vocals of Mad Decent’s LIZ.
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Download “Be Right There” and “Set Me Free” on DJcity.
Related: Watch Diplo’s ‘Set Me Free’ Video

Grandtheft and Sleepy Tom Release ‘Hold On’

Grandtheft performing at Create Nightclub in Hollywood. (Skyler Greene Photography)
Following his and Diplo’s massive remix of “B#tch Better Have My Money,” Toronto’s Grandtheft has returned with another genre-blending track titled “Hold On.”
The 133 BPM collab with fellow Canadian Sleepy Tom contains elements of Jersey club, trap, and R&B. It is the first single off Grandtheft’s upcoming EP via Mad Decent, Quit This City.
Grandtheft told Billboard: “This past January, [Sleepy Tom] came to my Toronto studio with an idea that would become ‘Hold On.’ We built it out with some of my analog synths…Huge [Roland] Jupiter 6 chords and some Moog bassline business.”
Stream “Hold On” below and download it on DJcity.

Related: Grandtheft Remixes T.I.’s Iggy Azalea-Assisted ‘No Mediocre’