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Elephant Man teams up with Major Lazer @one876 @bounce876

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Dancehall superstar Elephant Man has teamed up with electronic music project Major Lazer on one of the tracks from the EDM master's third album, Peace is Mission. The album will be released on June 1 by the Mad Decent label.

"The song is crazy, Major Lazer fly in and say him need Elephant Man on a track, and we went to Big Yard to record it and the vibe was great. From the moment I recorded it, I knew it was going to be a hit, nobody caan predict music, all yu can do is do it to the best of your ability. I want to big up Major Lazer because i was one of the first names that they wanted on this new album, they love Elephant Man's metaphors, energy and style. I do world music, everyone can relate to it,a nd the riddim is sick, it was just an awesome experience," Elephant Man said. 

The album has several collaborations with local acts such as Tarrus Riley, Chronixx, Mad Cobra, Jovi Rockwell and former Brick and Lace member Nyla.

European act Ellipant is also featured on Too Original with Rockwell. Lean On Me, the album's first single features MO and DJ Snake. It is already on charts in New Zealand, Australia, Belgium, Denmark and France.

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