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Listen to Skrillex and Chance the Rapper’s New Song Debuted Live

And Skrillex is also getting sued for partying too hard.
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(Jason Kempin/Getty Images)

(Jason Kempin/Getty Images)

By Jeremy D. Larson

Chance the Rapper, who released his career-best mixtape Acid Rap for free last year, has already teamed up with Justin Bieber for the slinky collaboration “Confident”. In keeping with his only-working-with-super-famous-musicians angle, Chance will connect with dub-step rascal Skrillex for a new song.

Pitchfork reports that Skrillex debuted the as-yet-unnamed song last night at a show in New York, and that it might have come out of a ménage et trois session with Skrillex, Chance, and it-producer Mike WiLL Made It.

You can check out the video below.

In other Skrillex news, the EDM producer, born Sonny Moore, is the subject of a lawsuit dating back to a Las Vegas show in 2012. According to NME, a former Skrillex fan has turned litigious against Moore after suffering a stroke stemming from injuries sustained after Moore stage dove onto her.

Fraissl is suing Skrillex for unspecified damages, as well as the nightclub for not stopping Skrillex from raging too hard.

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