Swanky Tunes Links With Far East Movement on “Entertain Us”

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Far East Movement squads up with Swanky Tunes for the gargantuan electro house tune “Entertain Us.” Recently premiered by Billboard, the “dance floor magnet” sees the groups invading the airwaves with a surge of infectious club-bound energy, dark buzzing synths and crisp vocal commands opposite a gripping rollercoaster melody. In conjunction with the release, the LA troupe and Russian trio invite you to participate in a cyber-world fantasy via their official music video for “Entertain Us.” Observe from the perspective of each eccentric player as his ninja persona battles to its digital destruction. 

Drawing inspiration from their home base in LA’s Koreatown, Far East Movement (Kev Nish, Prohgress, and DJ Virman) have seamlessly intertwined pop, EDM and hip-hop into a unique pan-global sound that resonates with millions around the world. Their 2010 platinum-selling hit “Like A G6” from Free Wired was a viral sensation; becoming the first-ever Billboard Hot 100 #1 single by Asian-American artists. Dirty Bass, the follow-up album, spawned four singles that reached the Top 10 Pop Chart globally, including “Live My Life (feat Justin Bieber).” For a group that has collaborated with artists as diverse as Bruno Mars, Tyga, Soulja Boy, and Bingo Players, the partnership with Swanky Tunes comes naturally.
Hot off a brand new mix for Diplo & Friends on BBC Radio 1, Swanky Tunes (Vadim Shpak, Dmitry Burykin, Stanislav Zaytsev) continue to showcase innovative flair and rock ears, bodies and crowds around world. Recently shortlisted on DJ Mag’s coveted Top 100 DJs of 2015, the Russian trio has delivered a dozen Beatport Top 10 singles throughout their enviable career. Like FM, they are no strangers to collaborations -- Stadium grand slams like their single with Kaskade “No One Knows Who We Are (feat Lights)” and “Fire In Our Hearts” with C. Todd Nielson have reached as high as Beatport Progressive’s #3 and #4 spots respectively, while “Far From Home” was included on Armada’s Best of 2015 compilation, which hit #1 across Beatport’s Progressive, Electro and Trance charts. Last year the trio unloaded two monster singles on Dim Mak, “Skin & Bones” and “Wherever U Go,” with the later surpassing 3 Million Spotify streams.

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