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Dim Mak's Diamond Pistols Wants You to "Misbehave"

The young producer remixed Shift K3Y and Born Dirty's ode to turning up.
July 23, 2015, 8:00pm

A lot of pop music is about celebrating the ways a person can be naughty. Yet, there's something particularly funny—if somewhat nonsensical—about the hook in Shift K3Y and Born Dirty's "Misbehave": "Now she misbehave like she part Illuminati." Like, only her mom is in Opus Dei, OK?

That priceless line gets thrown in with trap snares and cartoonishly bright synths in the remix by Diamond Pistols (Christian Dold)—a 21-year-old producer with a band of supporters that includes Diplo (who put him on his "Diplo & Friends" show), Steve Aoki, Carnage, and Dada Life. Dold emerged in 2013 with an EP on Datsik's Firepower Records. Look out for his next release on Dim Mak later this year.