• Muzik First


Skrillex has teamed up with longtime collaborator Justin Bieber and Don Toliver for a new song, “Don’t Go.” The song is a dreamy R&B number, with Skrillex's production sitting well back to enable Bieber and Toliver's vocals to dominate. "Don't Go" is the most recent Skrillex/Bieber collab since Skrillex co-wrote "2 Much" on Bieber's March LP, "Justice." That song followed "Sorry," which Skrillex produced for Bieber's 2015 album, "Purpose." In the new Salomon Ligthelm-directed visual, the trio becomes live art in several exhibits, including an enclosed neon-lit area and a natural setting, and paintings drip tears on the walls. Bieber and Toliver trade verses. Bieber recently announced a Las Vegas Weekender taking place October 7th-10th at Wynn Las Vegas, where he will perform with David Guetta, The Kid Laroi, Kehlani, Jaden, TroyBoi, Eddie Benjamin, and others. Bieber’s “Stay” with the Kid Laroi has topped the Rolling Stone 100 Songs Chart for its fifth consecutive week. He will perform during Jay-Z’s "Made in America" music festival over Labor Day Weekend in Philadelphia. Bieber also leads MTV’s VMA nominations with seven this year. The awards event will air live from Brooklyn’s Barclays Center on September 12th at 8 p.m. ET.