Skrillex and Chance the Rapper’s New Song Debuted Live

And Skrillex is also getting sued for partying too hard.

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.

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.

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