Diplo broadcasts Major Lazer's imminent disbandment

All good issues should come to an finish — it seems to be like Major Lazer could also be creeping in direction of a finale.

In a current interview with Complex, Diplo steered that Major Lazer will probably be coming to an finish in 2019 after one final album, eleven years after the group was initially based by himself and his former counterpart Switch. Dishing on a spread of thrilling matters, the information of the dancehall trio’s disbandment comes when their frontman broadcasts a forthcoming commemorative assortment to mark the group’s ten 12 months anniversary that options,

The purpose for the cut up? Simply, Random White Dude Be Everywhere. Diplo’s aspect initiatives — the Mark Ronson-assisted Silk City and Labrinth and Sia‘s collaborative LSD — are beginning to come into their very own as full-fledged initiatives, and work with an entire new technology of rappers has Mad Decent‘s head honcho busier than ever. Moreover, typically it simply comes right down to understanding when to hold it up. After dominating the charts and cementing their names within the streaming data books, bridging the gaps between pop, digital, and dancehall, and representing digital music in all places from Cuba to Africa to India, there’s not way more for Major Lazer to do.

For now, Diplo, Walshy, and Jillionaire have a lot on the way in which to sit up for, although it’ll all seemingly be capped with a deserved 21-gun salute for the Major in 2019.

H/T: Complex