Hear the victory?
Skrillex, Fred again.. and Flowdan‘s 2023-defining “Rumble” won the 2024 Grammy for best/dance electronic record at Sunday’s (Feb. 4) Premiere Ceremony in Los Angeles.
Taking the stage alone to accept the award, a sharp-dressed Skrillex noted that “for anyone out there that wants to make music, the best advice I’ve ever gotten is that success is something you attract, not something that you try to chase or catch.
“The other thing I want to say, for all the young people,” the producer continued, “I know the world is crazy right now, I really hope that we can actually start listening to each other and that everyone on the other side of the aisle or anyone with a different perspective, we realize that they’re not enemies and I really hope we can start listening to each other and having conversations and that last thing I want to say is of course big love to Fred again.., big love to Flowdan. Flowdan is one of the biggest inspirations in underground music in my life [sniffles], excuse me I have a cold right now, and to have a Grammy with those guys, my best friends making music that we just love, not trying to make a hit, not trying to do anything but push music forward, this is for those guys, and thank you everybody.”
The win marks Skrillex’s ninth Grammy victory, the first win for Flowdan and the second win for Fred again.., whose Actual Life 3 also won the 2024 grammy for best dance/electronic album during Sunday’s Premiere Ceremony.