In honor of JOYRYDE and Skrillex's 'Agen Wida,' listed below are 11 extra top-notch Skrillex-assisted tracks

We’re inching nearer to Skrillex’s imminent return, and whereas his now-canonized debut LP, Recess, is nearing its fifth birthday, he’s carved out a Hall of Fame profession since his momentous mainstream breakout. He’s grow to be one of the in-demand pop producers of the trendy day, whereas managing to maintain near his post-hardcore roots, construct on his digital music legacy, and discover new sounds suddenly. This 12 months, in celebration of turning 30, Skrillex took a much-deserved 12 months off, although a not-so-secret comeback is starting to take form, and indicators counsel OWSLA’s head honcho might be primed to vary the sport once more very quickly.

In the meantime, label recruit JOYRYDE is snapping a shorter hiatus as properly, linking up with the boss man for his upcoming album’s lead single — the lengthy awaited “Agen Wida.” The pair greater than ship on their new joint effort, so to rejoice, Dancing Astronaut put collectively an extra 11 (unranked) Skrillex-assisted classics. See in case your favourite Skrillex characteristic made the checklist under.


Mr. Oizo and Skrillex – End of the World 

A couple of weeks after the discharge of his extremely anticipated Rick Ross characteristic, “Purple Lamborghini” (not featured) for the ill-fated Suicide Squad soundtrack, Skrillex switched gears and went full experimental home with veteran French mastermind, Mr. Oizo on “End of the World.” Somewhere between cheeky setlist instrument and thumping membership reduce, Mr. Oizo and Skrillex hyperlink up for a memorable home reduce featured on Oizo’s 2016 LP, All Wet. 

 

Skrillex & Habstrakt – Chicken Soup

Featured on OWSLA’s 2017 label compilation, HOWSLA, “Chicken Soup” finds Skrillex linked with French bass-house linchpin Habstrakt. The collaboration initially acquired a reside debut throughout a shock Skrillex set at Coachella’s DoLab and would ultimately come to be one of many largest tracks of the 12 months. Skrillex’s home output typically takes a backseat to a few of his heavier studio hallmarks, however “Chicken Soup,” launched Skrillex in direction of a substantial club-leaning kick, and has since grown to be a fan favourite inside a sprawling catalog of monstrous bass hits.

 

Hundred Waters – Show Me Love (Skrillex Remix) ft. Chance The Rapper

Taking on Hundred Waters’ 2014 standout from Moon Rang Like a Bell, Skrillex reunited with Chance the Rapper, the frequent to breathe new life into “Show Me Love,” with assist from vocalists Moses Sumney and Robin Hannibal. The remix, which grew to become Hundred Waters‘ most commercially lauded monitor thus far additionally served as Skrillex’s directorial debut, crafting a feel-good journey characteristic for the cameras, rounding off the remix effort with a wonderfully complementary video for “Show Me Love.”

 

Justin Bieber – Sorry (prod. by Skrillex)

The unconventional nature of Skrillex and Justin Bieber’s artistic partnership was maybe what made the duo so attractive at first. But after a confirmed knack for crafting hits collectively, there’s no denying that when the 2 hyperlink up, they’re sure for radio-ready gold. Such was the case on the tropical chart-topper “Sorry” from Bieber’s inescapable Purpose. The album wound up being an enormous business success and catapulted Skrillex to untouchable pop producer standing alongside Bieber for a second time.

 

Yogi & Skrillex – Burial (feat. Pusha T, Moody Good, TrollPhace)

Undoubtedly one of the memorable cuts from the complete OWSLA catalog, the boss man orchestrated a super-collaboration remix of Yogi‘s “Burial” that may most likely by no means get outdated. It’s simply too rattling good. It has even grow to be Arby’s unofficial theme tune. The 2015 posse reduce got here after the Aftermath-championed manufacturing outfit had already collected remixes of the monitor from Moody Good and Trollphace. So mashing each rendition along with the additions of Skrillex, G.O.O.D. Music president Pusha T, and a cameo from Denis Rodman within the music video rounded this one out at full blockbuster standing for the ultimate product.

 

RL Grime, What So Not, Skrillex – Waiting

What So Not and RL Grime‘s “Tell Me” will all the time be remembered because the defining emblem of the 12 months entice music took over the EDM zeitgeist. The monitor continues to be an indicator in each producer’s catalogs, although after their first booming collaboration, the world wanted a second. In truth, it was virtually demanded. So when RL and his Aussie counterpart lastly did hyperlink again up, they introduced alongside Skrillex for “Waiting,” which grew to become one of the anticipated tracks of the 12 months in 2016. The monitor performed on the identical bombastic entice theme from just a few years earlier than, and managed to recreate a lot of the magic from entice’s prolonged second within the solar.

 

ZHU x Skrillex x THEY. – Working for It

Long earlier than the Mind of a Genius roster was crushing the music world, Skrillex pulled up for “Working For It,” a now legendary posse reduce with ZHU and THEY. dealing with vocal duties. The monitor mixed ZHU’s twanging guitars and ludicrously crisp synth strains with signature Skrillex bass stabs. The outcome was a licensed late-night prepared membership anthem that hits as exhausting on the thousandth play because it did on the primary.

 

Vindata, NSTASIA, and Skrillex – Favor

After hanging Top 40 gold twice with Justin Bieber, and creating distinctive collaborations with artists starting from Okay-pop heavyweight CL to Chance The Rapper on 2014’s Recess LP, Skrillex solidified a knack for bringing his productions right into a featured vocalist’s distinctive world. 2017’s “Favor” is a chief instance, as Skrillex and Vindata mix Jack Ü-inspired percussion with an lush instrumental that lets NSTASIA’s breezy strains float effortlessly on high.

 

Vic Mensa – No Chill (prod. by Jahlil Beats and Skrillex)

Roc Nation rapper Vic Mensa is joined by Jahlil Beats and Skrillex for a collaboration that was primarily the OWSLA head’s 2015 comply with as much as “Wild For The Night” with A$AP Rocky. Scratching the itch to make one other repeat-worthy rap-meets-electronic anthem, Skrillex and Jahlil Beats proctor a cinematic entice beat for Mensa to ship his bars over, that winds up being one in all Skrillex’s extra distinctive, albeit much less hyped, options within the rap house thus far. The last product was then turned over to Zane Lowe for his debut premiere on the newly launched Apple Music platform.

 

JAUZ and Skrillex – SQUAD OUT! ft. Fatman Scoop

Skrillex has a historical past of head-turning video ideas, although his animated joint with JAUZ for his or her Adult Swim Single “SQUAD OUT!” with Fatman Scoop could take the cake. The video is directed by Adult Swim veteran Adam Fuchs, whose credit beforehand included Aqua Teen Hunger Force and Ugly Americans for the community, in addition to music movies for artists corresponding to Flying Lotus and Neon Indian.

The video, unsurprising given its director, is an extension of Adult Swim’s trademark gonzo animation. It opens innocuously sufficient, with animated avatars of Skrillex and JAUZ using an elevator. It doesn’t take lengthy although, for issues to get very bizarre. The collaboration was a standout to start with, and the video made it even higher.

 

The Game – El Chapo (prod. by Skrillex)

To help on The Game’s The Documentary 2, a comply with up LP to his debut solo challenge from a decade earlier, the OWSLA boss served a trunk-rattling dose of bombastic bravado on “El Chapo.” The Recess producer introduced his half of the Escobar-ian swagger with a latin-flavored horn loop and shattering subs offering the right backdrop for The Game’s snarling bars. The cartel homage was a little bit more durable than the earlier rap options in Skrill’s repertoire, however on his joint with The Game, he proves he can undoubtedly run with the large canine on “El Chapo.”