DJDS Enlists The-Dream, Vic Mensa, Khalid & More for 'Big Wave More Fire'

The follow-up to 2016’s ‘Stand Up And Speak.’

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Earlier this year, DJDS — formerly DJ Dodger Stadium — revealed plans for their third studio album, Big Wave More Fire. Since the original album announcement, the acclaimed producer-DJ duo has linked up with beloved singer-songwriter The-Dream for the dark “I Heard,” a collaborative single off the aforementioned LP. Now, with the weekend upon us, the entire album is here and ready for streaming in its entirety.

For Big Wave More Fire, DJDS have collaborated with equally-talented artists like Khalid, Empress Of, Vic Mensa, Kacy Hill, Vory, Kevin Drew, Kelly Zutrau and others. The follow-up to 2016’s Stand Up And Speak, Big Wave More Fire delivers 14 new tracks.

You can stream DJDS’ Big Wave More Fire in its entirety below.

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