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Emerald Drops New Balance Collab

Rising star Emerald has teamed up with New Balance and JD Sports for a new campaign.

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The new campaign is all about trusting in your individual taste. Following this idea, JD Sports and New Balance have enlisted Emerald as part of a team of young creatives, which includes stylists, vloggers and photographers.

Announcing the collab on Instagram, Emerald said:

“??‍? ISAA LAUNCH ?‍?? trust your own taste and your own opinion. Thanks to a legendary team. CHECK THE NEW @newbalanceuk and @jdofficial




Hybrid feat. Chrissie Hynde - "Kid 2000"

This received a very strange official video featuring Chrissie Hydne dancing in front of an Ibiza PowerPoint presentation cut with clips of the Kevin and Perry falling out at the end of act 2. In the movie it gets the job done, but is not one for your party playlist.


Groove Armada - "Chicago"

Played in Eyeball Paul's limo this is a decent track, but a forgettable scene.


Precocious Brats ft. Kevin & Perry - "Big Girl"

Kevin & Perry's very own tune "Big Girls'" was written by Judge Jules. Speaking about this track, Jules said; "Harry already had the chanty lyrical idea, me and somebody else did the musical backdrop. The idea was to give the lyrics a cool undertone, which we did in a Fatboy Slim-esque sort of style".


Underworld - King of Snake (Straight Mate Mix)

A blink-and-you'll-miss-it, rendition of this is heard at the house party the boys gatecrash.


Fatboy Slim - Love Island (Manumission Mix)

Although Manumission gets a couple of mentions throughout the film, this  'Manumission Mix' is actually played when the boys are in rainy old England... buying lads mags. A such it's a little forgettable, but it would definitely be more associated with the movie if it was used in one of the club scenes.


Lange feat. The Morrighan - Follow Me

An Eyeball Paul cut from the Amnesia dancefloor, not as memorable as the other tracks he drops, but a good one nonetheless. 


Roger Sanchez - "The Partee"

The vibe and vibrancy of the San Antonio strip is captured with this funky bit from Roger Sanchez.


Mauro Picotto - "Lizard"

This Ibiza classic is pure Kevin & Perry Go Large energy, and could very well top this list if it wasn't used as the sound bed for one of the movie's most disgusting scenes.


Skip Raiders feat. Jada - "Another Day" (Perfecto Dub Mix)

Played on the second night in Amnesia, this one is pure peak-time energy, the perfect soundtrack to euporia-induced vomiting.


Southside Spinners - "Luvstruck"

The movie closes out with some sex on the beach and "Luvstruck" by Southside Spinners.


Ayla - "Ayla" (DJ Taucher Mix)

This colossal number drops right as the boys walk out of Ibiza airport into the balearic sun. It's a moment all Ibiza fans cherish, though usually, we ditch the puffer jackets.


Y-Traxx - "Mystery Land" (Sickboys Courtyard Remix)

"Mystery Land" soundtracks the packing for Ibiza montage, and perfectly encapsulates the anticipation that comes with prepping for a big one in the sun.


Sunburst - "Eyeball" (Eyeball Paul's Theme)

No track is more Kevin & Perry than this. "Eyeball Paul's Theme" plays throughout the movie, specifically on the first night at Amnesia and at the movie's climax when Eyeball Paul remixes it with the ah... 'music' of Kevin's parents...

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