Major Lazer return to dub roots on new track 'Let Me Live' with Rudimental, Anne-Marie, Mr. Eazi
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Major Lazer has teamed up with Rudimental for "Let Me Live," a track featuring Anne-Marie and Mr. Eazi. The song marks a return to dub for Major Lazer, whose roots are in reggae music but the group is best known for pop/dance songs such as "Lean On" and "Cold Water."

"Let Me Live" could be on Major Lazer's announced fourth studio album, Music Is the Weapon, which does not have a release date or announced tracklist yet. Major Lazer's most recent collection of new songs is 2017'sKnow No Better EP, which featured Camila Cabello, Travis Scott and Quavo on the title track.  In 2017, Major Lazer also released the soundtrack to the documentary film "Give Me Future," which chronicled the group's historic 2016 concert in Cuba.

Major Lazer's fourth album is one of several projects for founding member Diplo. The other members of Major Lazer are Walshy Fire and Jillionaire. In addition to his solo career as a DJ and producer, Diplo is also busy with the supergroup LSD (consisting of Labrinth, Sia and Diplo) and Silk City, his project with fellow Grammy winner Mark Ronson. Major Lazer has a residency at Wynn Las Vegas' Encore Beach Club, which are among the hundreds of shows that Diplo performs at around the world every year.