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Major Lazer Celebrates the Season with New Single "Christmas Trees"

To make sure you don't get your tinsel in a tangle, one of EDM's favorite record labels has returned to spread some holiday cheer. Mad Decent kicked off their holiday ritual yesterday, releasing the fourth installment of their A Very Decent Christmas.

The festive compilation boasts a brand new single from Major Lazer called "Christmas Trees." Featuring reggae singer Protoje, the collaborative single celebrates all things green, particularly the "trees" you can smoke.

"Christmas Trees" is just one of a handful of new singles on A Very Decent Christmas 4. The compilation album also features new tunes from 4B, Bad Royale and DIV/IDE, among others.

"It’s the most wonderful time of the year again, a time when we all lose our minds. At Mad Decent, we're back to light up your holiday season one more time with A Very Decent Christmas 4. And as with previous years, we've flipped your favorite tracks into unforgettable Christmas carols. But what makes this season different is the shear amount of original jingling tracks from our favorite Christmas loving producers: this is the official soundtrack to your post-apocalyptic holiday season.

This dark but merry affair is a true global takeover with artists from Kyoto, Trinidad, The Netherlands and everywhere in between. You'll find Major Lazer crossing paths with Protoje on “Christmas Trees”— cause who doesn’t love lighting those up? Sharing a pine needle flavored vape fireside in an abandoned castle in the woods, you'll find Rap and Reggae holding hands with Gabber and Dembow. And since the world is mad and gone, we had to reach out to visionary artist Juyong Lee to visually portray the mechanical, capitalist path the holidays have inevitably taken. Whatever red God you worship—whether it be Santa, Krampus, or Joulupukki— we got your ears covered with this yearly chimney ritual by Mad Decent."

Keep come and jingle on. Stream A Very Decent Christmas 4 below and then download the compilation album at fanlink.to/VeryDecent4.