1 Song, 5 Minutes


Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics.


Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics.

Ratings and Reviews

2.4 out of 5
89 Ratings
89 Ratings
AtomicDoge ,

I’ll miss you Skrill

I love Skrillex. He is my favorite artist, but I can’t support this. This is terrible. I love everything skrillex has made (yes, even doompy poomp). His remixes always take the song in a new direction. Such as my favorite Skrillex song (Cinema) he scraps everything of the original except the vocals. Show Me Love he makes an amazing beat and makes a full amazing song from just an acapella. Humble he again only uses the vocals (even though it isnt as good of a remix). This one sounds like boosted bass and random bass hits. With The Island Remix from earlier this year, I was blown away and I thought we might be getting more great material from Skrill, but the minute I heard the demo of this track, all hope was lost. I really hope he doesn’t continue in his direction.

drizzy team ,


sicko mode 👏🏼

Chris73737373773 ,



About Travis Scott & Skrillex

Travis Scott has helped define the sound and feel of 2010s rap, imbuing tough, surrealistic trap with a distinctly pop appeal. Raised in the suburbs of Houston, Scott (born Jacques Berman Webster II in 1992) first made noise as an in-house producer for Kanye West’s G.O.O.D. Music, working on the 2012 label showcase Cruel Summer and 2013’s Yeezus, which arrived mere weeks after he dropped his debut mixtape, Owl Pharaoh. He went on to bring his gothic-edged sound to Drake, Migos, Madonna, and Rihanna (“Bitch Better Have My Money”), while his own solo albums—2015’s Rodeo and 2016’s Birds in the Trap Sing McKnight—playfully drew the commercial center of rap toward the avant-garde. Take 2018’s ASTROWORLD, a swirling, almost psychedelic set that not only managed to pull together Quavo, John Mayer, Tame Impala, and Sheck Wes on the same album, but also had them gel—a testament to Scott’s vision as an artist and superlative curator. Like West, his mentor, Scott has also brought tremendous energy to his live shows, creating a stage-diving, punk-like spectacle that revitalizes a space that too many rappers inhabit on autopilot.

Houston, TX
April 30, 1992