What seemed like an unlikely collaboration at the time, has now become one of the most sought after collaborations in the modern dance music and pop crossover space.
Skrillex, one of the most enterprising producers in the game over the last decade, having an interesting yet wide array of songs to show for, with a rather dynamic discography that features his own hits, encompassing genres ranging from dubstep, trap and electronica to having produced a bunch of records on the back-end for a number of chart topping singer/songwriters, returns to the forefront, with Justin Bieber and Don Toliver, for an R&B influenced smash coupling the best of both worlds.
‘Don’t Go’ is a scintillating yet refreshing anthem that plays to a radio friendly audience, amidst a contemporary EDM crossover blitz. The record is also a strong deviation in terms of production style for producer Skrillex and tops it off with a catchy autotuned vocal performance harmony from Don Toliver.
The duo having previously collaborated on ‘Sorry’ and Where Are You Now’, featuring amongst the biggest records on the planet at the time, have re-ignited a massive collaboration, with a vibrant influence that is sure to encapsulate club goers and listeners alike.
We are definitely enjoying this side of Skrillex’s nuanced production versatility and Justin and Don Toliver’s vocal prowess!
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