VIDEO: Far East Movement Releases 'Ain't Coming Down (Yeah I'm Trippin' Mix)' Music Video
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Renowned "dirty bass" technicians Far East Movement and up-and-coming producer/DJ, Rell The Soundbender, teamed up for the latest dubbed out banger to hit the EDM waves, "Ain't Coming Down (Yeah I'm Trippin' Mix)," ft. Dirty Dutch producer Sidney Samson and Matthew Koma on vocals. Get ready for the club-ready music video from the full cast of dope artists that just premiered on This Song Is Sick. Check out the "Ain't Coming Down (Yeah I'm Trippin' Mix)" video below!
You may remember Matthew Koma's vocals from Zedd's monster house hit "Spectrum" while Rell The Soundbender just recently burst onto the electronic scene with his trap rave anthem, "Grimey Thirsty," also available on SoundCloud. All together these artists create an electro infused trap anthem set to blow clubs up around the world, and the official music video shows us exactly what happens when the track gets played live at a raging club - complete with a piñata and all.
The electro trap track first kicked off the New Year via Earmilk and will be featured on Far East Movement's new project, GRZZLY: The Dirtier Bass Remix Album, dropping February 2013. "We're always looking to bring a different bounce with our sound and wanted to trip out the speakers with this mix," says FM of their collaboration with Rell The Soundbender, of whom This Song Slaps notes "it's just a matter of time before he is recognized as one of the biggest names in trap."
Far East Movement have become a Worldwide sensation from Australia to Austria, Asia to the Netherlands - not bad for a group who paid their dues in the LA underground. Their last album, Dirty Bass, encompasses everything FM has ever represented: the Futuristic connection between dance, rap, and pop music-ideally played at a loud Volume while driving at a high velocity. The electrifying music video for "Turn Up The Love" has been viewed over 36 million times on YouTube.