Far East Movement Team Up With Bill Kaulitz On ‘If I Die Tomorrow’

Far East Movement and a chair

’s Kev Nish spoke with MTV News about the group collaborating with labelmate Bill Kaulitz of Tokio Hotel on the track ‘If I Die Tomorrow’, a song from their upcoming ‘Dirty Bass’ album.

“When we first signed to Cherrytree [Records], we went on the website and see who’s on the roster … how do you pick what label to go to, you know?” Nish said. “And we saw Tokio Hotel, and we were like ‘Yo, this band is wild.’ We were on a bus watching them on the MTV Europe Awards, winning, and we were like, ‘We need to do a song with those dudes.’ So we got in with Bill Kaulitz and we just wanted to do a song about losing yourself, about possibly losing your mind, because you might die the next day. It’s called ‘If I Die Tomorrow’, and it’s Bill Kaulitz and his incredible tone in our dirty bass world … and that’s kind of where dirty bass is going: unexpected collaborations.”


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