Watch Major Lazer's Video for 'Be Together' with Wild BelleThe video cuts between a motorcycle ride across the desert and a color-rich funeral.
Ellie Goulding Wreaks Havoc in Major Lazer's 'Powerful' VideoEllie Goulding and reggae singer Tarrus Riley display psychic powers and wreak havoc on a diner in the latest video from Major Lazer.
Katy Perry in the Studio With Major Lazer 'Catching Reggae Vibes'Here’s a sentence that contains words arranged in never-before-seen format: Katy Perry is in the studio with Major Lazer.
Major Lazer Teams Up with Pharrell and an 'Aerosol Can'The obiquitous Pharrell may be "Happy" all over the place, but he's not losing his edge.
Frank Ocean, Foster the People, Major Lazer & OutKast to Play 2014 Sasquatch! Music FestivalThis year's Sasquatch! Music Festival, like Coachella before it, is offering double the fun by expanding to two weekends. But unlike that Indio, California fest, each weekend of Sasquatch! will have entirely different lineups.
Lollapalooza 2013, Sunday: The Cure Brings The Hits, Phoenix Brings The PartyFor Lollapalooza's final night, The Cure wasn’t interested in chitchat. Robert Smith knows that you want him to just shut up and sing, and that's what he did. Phoenix on the other hand...
Alex Clare Meets Diplo Through Six Degrees Of SeparationClare explains the six degrees of separation that lead him to hooked up with Major Lazer, a.k.a. Diplo, for "Too Close" -- which generated a Producer of the Year GRAMMY nomination for Diplo.
The Story Behind No Doubt's "Push & Shove""It was a true collaboration. Now we have this cool 5 1/2 minute song [that] became the title track of the album. We're really proud of it," Tony Kanal says of the track.
No Doubt Drink And Frolic In New Video For Push And ShoveTo celebrate today’s release of No Doubt’s new album, Push And Shove, the Anaheim, CA quartet has released a video for the title track.
No Doubt’s “Settle Down” Remixed By Major LazerNo Doubt are not only unafraid of remixes, but the foursome from Anaheim have reached out to top name producers to rethink the band's first single, "Settle Down."