#MusicStillMatters New Music: Steve Aoki Ft. Lil Uzi Vert & Rich The Kid – Burn

Steve Aoki has been one of the biggest names in EDM for some years now. It’s not uncommon for Aoki to cross over and work with Hip Hop artists. On “Burn” he features two up and coming rappers making a lot of noise out here, Lil Uzi Vert from Philly and Rich The Kid from Georgia. Are you feeling the crossover or should today’s rappers stick to Hip Hop? Drop your opinions in the comments!

#DJFunkFlexApp New Music: Waka Flocka Flame ft. Future, DJ Whoo Kid & Steve Aoki – Get High With Me

Waka and Whoo Kid link up with Future and Steve Aoki on the 808 Mafia-produced “Get High With Me.” They are gearing up to drop their “Turn Up Godz 2” mixtape. Listen below.

(Video) As I Am: The Life And Times of DJ AM

It’s been six years since the untimely death of Las Vegas resident DJ, and Mash-up King, DJ AM. A documentary was made highlighting the life and times of the rockstar DJ, which debuted last week at the Tribeca Film Festival. Billboard reviewed the film and gave it 4 stars. Kevin Kerslake wrote and directed the film, making sure to include appearances by DJ AM’s contemporaries such as Mark Ronson, DJ Jazzy Jeff, Travis Barker, Steve Aoki, Diplo, and A-Trak.

(Video) Steve Aoki, Chris Lake & Tujamo Ft. Kid Ink – Delirious (Boneless)

Steve Aoki unleashes a visual for his joint “Delirious” (Boneless) featuring Kid Ink. Take a look at the video after the jump!

(Video) Please Explain: Why Is Jay-Z Throwing $2 Bills At Made In America Festival

Although concert-goers weren’t particularly phased by the rain of money during the Steve Aoki performance at the Made In America Festival. It was kind of interesting to note it wasn’t raining $100’s or $50’s, but instead it was all two-dollar bills. Why, you ask? Well, $2 bills, are have been making their mark in the music industry, because of Mr. Steven Reisman. Mr. Reisman is wealthy lawyer and also avid hip-hop listener. It’s a trademark of his to give out two-dollar bills to just about everybody, especially famous rappers. Reisman, nicknamed “The Two Dollar Bill Man,” can be connected back artists, such as: Jay Z, Kanye West, Beyonce, Eminem, Justin Bieber and Big Sean.

(Photos + Video) Machine Gun Kelly & Steve Aoki Bring The “Madness” To Las Vegas

Getting away from the BET craziness in L.A., Machine Gun Kelly took a quick trip over to Vegas on Sunday afternoon, and brought the madness to Wet Republic at MGM Grand with Steve Aoki. The pair performed their new collab “Free The Madness” for the huge crowd, and then in customary Aoki fashion, had to do the “Aoki jump.” Check out more pics from the day in the gallery and video below!

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