Major Lazer

Diplo’s been playing around with dancehall for years now, especially on the reggae-centric Major Lazer project, and now he’s made a song with Sean Paul, a star who was crossing over to mainstream U.S. audiences at the same time as Diplo was first figuring out his DJing aesthetic in Philadelphia. “Come On To Me,” Major Lazer’s Sean Paul collab, has a bit of moombahton swing to it, but it’s more of a straight-up dancehall track than what Diplo usually makes. And as is the case with so many Sean Paul tracks, it is very catchy. Like the Pharrell collab “Aerosol Can” and the RDX/Moska team-up “Lose Yourself,” “Come On To Me” will appear on Major Lazer’s forthcoming Apocalypse Soon EP. Listen to the track below.

Apocalypse Soon is out 2/25 on Mad Decent/Secretly Canadian.

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  1. Well there you go.

  2. Here we go!

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