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Diplo’s “Higher Ground EP” Arrives Including Tove Lo, Kah-lo and Blond:ish.

Diplo isnt slowing down anytime soon. Having shocked all sides of the industry with his surprise country-esque inspired “So Long” with Benny Cam followed by a performance at stagecoach festival just last week, Diplo now leaves the ranch to jump back into club serving up the remainder of his “Higher Ground EP”.

Intiially announced with the release of the silky deep house crossover “Hold You Tight” and B-side “Bubblegum” back in March, the new additions include the Tove Lo featuring “Win Win” and “Give Dem” with Blondi:ish featuring Kah-lo making for a jacking EP made for late night rinsing in the dark sweaty club rooms across the globe.

Taking a lead from his Mark Ronson joint project ‘Silk City’, the ‘Higher Ground EP’ sees Diplo push himself into a club focused UK sound with a late night underground tonality. The pairing of Tove Lo, over a dark brooding house production is a suprising move but it without a doubt goes down a treat. Meanwhile “Give Dem” has an instant jacking energy, and Kah-lo’s iconic vocals will no doubt have fans singing a long with her unique and catchy rhymes.



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