It's safe to say that Skrillex is back in the swing of things following his recent release hiatus. Between collaborations with Joyryde and Boys Noize, the Owsla label boss is closing out 2018 on a high note. Case in point: his remix of Travis Scott's "Sicko Mode."
Skrillex (real name Sonny Moore) shared a 16-second clip of the remix on his Instagram story. As can be heard in the video, the rapper's nihilistic verses have been chopped up, pitched down, and rearranged to better fit Moore's bass-heavy sound design.
Moore is certainly no stranger to collaborating with hip-hop artists. In 2013 he lent his production chops to A$AP Rocky for the rapper's anthem, "Wild For The Night." Since then, he's teamed up with the likes of Big Grams, A$AP Ferg and Ty Dolla $ign.
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Neither Skrillex nor Travis Scott have revealed a release date for the former artist's remix of "Sicko Mode" at the time of writing. Meanwhile, Skrillex will continue touring with a performance at Electric Jungle Music Festival in Foshan, China on December 8th of 2018.
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