Beyonce’s latest album and accompanying video, LEMONADE, has been causing quite the uproar in the music world, and rumors of the song’s meaning has been hotly debated on celebrity gossip columns, but what hasn’t been quite as publicized is highly regarded producer’s involvement in song production. Diplo, known for his groundbreaking music and award-winning productions, helped Beyonce on her latest album.
Diplo holds many awards, including Grammy nominations for his tracks “Paper Planes,” and “Look at Me Now,” and Grammy Award-winning track, “Where Are U Now” (Collab with Skrillex and Justin Bieber). Diplo has produced tracks in collaboration with an astonishing number of artists such as Snoop Dogg, Lil Wayne, Usher, Britney Spears, and more.
Diplo and Beyonce are no strangers to working together. Diplo has worked with the leading vocalist in 2011 for her hit album “4” for “Run The World (Girls),” so it’s no surprise that they would work together again.
Diplo revealed his role in the production of Beyonce’s surprise album via Instagram.
In addition to production on the tracks “All Night” and “Hold Up,” Diplo even recorded background vocals which the production team kept in the final cut.