Diplo has announced a new album and released its first single: "Don’t Forget My Love," featuring Miguel.
Regarded as "the first proper Diplo album since [2004’s] Florida," the self-titled LP will be the DJ's first full-length solo release of electronic music in 18 years.
Diplo is set for release on Friday, March 4 via the Higher Ground imprint of the producer’s own Mad Decent label. The 14-track album will feature the likes of Jungle, Busta Rhymes, and Lil Yachty.
Talking about the album, Jasper Goggins - Mad Decent label head and Diplo’s collaborator for more than 20 years - said, “The features and collaborations may look like contemporary industry algorithmic engineering, but this album is actually purpose built for Diplo’s favourite places to play in the world; a testament to his almost absurd and undying love of DJing live in front of people.”
Diplo's last album was 2020's MMXX. Most recently, he's featured on a track with Aluna and Durante, "Forget About Me." As for touring, the artist is set to play special shows in March around the album's release, including a performance at Fabric in London, the first club to book him there in the early 2000s. You can see his upcoming tour schedule and find tickets here.
Listen to "Don't Forget My Love" below.
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