New Music: The Americanos (@AmericanosMusic) Ft. Lil Jon, (@LilJon) Juicy J (@JuicyJ) & Tyga (@Tyga) (@DJFelliFel) – Black Out

The worlds of Electronic Dance Music and Hip-Hop have been coexisting together for a while now, especially with the trap genre in EDM originating from Hip-Hop. Musical pioneers such as Juicy J and the entire Memphis Hip-Hop scene were definitely responsible for creating “turn up” music, and the Dance scene took note of that implementing the same style to their remixes and originals. Enjoy this audio stream below after the jump.

With Memorial Day Weekend just upon us, LA fixture DJ Felli Fel is debuting his new deejay/production group The Americanos to the world! Their debut single “BlackOut” is a massive anthem featuring Lil Jon, Juicy J, and Tyga.

Being a pioneer in the LA scene for over a decade, with his radio show on Power 106 & known for his massive party records, when Felli speaks the world listens. After collaborating on a few prior releases and deejaying parties together, it was only right that DJ Felli Fel, Lex Larson and Louie Rubio (The Americanos) combine their strengths and resources. Louie and Lex already had a breakout anthem titled “We Run La” which took them touring across the globe, and Felli’s catalog runs deep working with everyone from Pitbull to Kanye.

Lil Jon, Tyga, and Juicy J all bring their own unique energy to the table, and that’s what is going to make “BlackOut” special. The music video for is in the works, and will be shot once scheduling permits. Turn Up Responsibly!

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