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Party Favor is still riding the wave of hype and acclaim from his debut album "Layers," and he's back with another gift for fans - a package featuring rage-ready remixes from Duke & Jones, Wuki, J. Worra, Blanke, TroyBoi, BIJOU, Dabow, and YehMe2. Each features a unique spin on the original, with the overall influences drawing from bass, tech house, g-house and more. From the reverberating basslines and sinister sound...

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Party Favor released his profoundly personal and stylistically diverse studio album "Layers" back in April, and he's delivering one last treat to fans in the form of the acoustic version release and music video for "Be OK." Featuring a stunning performance by LA-based singer/songwriter EZI, the original version of the track delivered the decidedly candid-yet-hopeful lyrics with a backdrop of trap/future bass production. On the new acoustic version, EZI's velvety...

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After months of teasing tracks from his highly-anticipated studio album "Layers," Party Favor has finally dropped the stunning LP in its entirety. Featuring eleven sonically charged tracks, "Layers" contains influences from across the spectrum of electronic music - from the acid-bass sound of its opening track "Holdin On" to the hip-hop heaviness of "Wait a Minute" featuring A$AP Ferg and Juicy J and the smooth vocal grooves of "Dreams" featuring...

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Party Favor throws it back to arguably one of the best years in dance music with his new single "2012," a quintessential "twerk music" tune that still hits just as hard in the present day. The Los Angeles-based artist pays homage to his musical roots with a mid-tempo, bouncy track that is infused with heavy, hip-hop-influenced bass. The drop in "2012" should send any seasoned dance enthusiast back to the...

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Notorious party-starter Party Favor teams up with vocalist Bipolar Sunshine for his latest booty-shaking production "Circle Up, accompanied by a technicolor music video that will send you straight to a trippy tropical oasis. "Circle Up" delivers tribal-influenced percussion and basslines coupled with some reggaeton instrumentals, making for a dancefloor-friendly track that - per the music video - comes with its own set of ready-made moves. Through combining multiple genres into...