Rudimental have given fans a unique look into their music-making process in Beats by Dr. Dre's new YouTube series, 'Beat by Beat'.
Rudimental have collaborated with Beats by Dr. Dre.
The BRIT Award-winning drum'n'bass group are giving fans a unique look into the creative process behind their latest single, 'Powerless', which features vocals from Becky Hill.
The 'Waiting All Night' quartet feature in the first of a new YouTube series, 'Beat by Beat', which examines the sounds and elements used to create the track, and experience the song as the stars' intended when they were recording it.
In a unique innovation, fans of Rudimental - who won Best Single at last week's BRIT Awards and performed with Bastille - will be able to simultaneously play six different video clips on one page to create different sounds, giving the impression of a DJ's sound mixing desk.
Rudimental - consisting of Piers Agget, Kesi Dryden, Amir Amor and DJ Locksmith - recently revealed how they risked their careers by releasing the smash hit 'Waiting All Night'.
DJ Locksmith told BANG Showbiz: ''Everyone was kind of against us putting it out there and all four of us came together and we put our careers on the line with 'Waiting All Night'. It got us through to where we are now, that's why it's such a special track for us.''
Watch Rudimental's Beat by Beat video by visiting youtube.com/user/Officialbeatsbydrdre.
The first single from Interpol's eagerly anticipated sixth studio album 'The Rover' has dropped alongside a video.
'Jumpsuit' is just one of two singles, including 'Nico and the Niners', released ahead of Twenty One Pilots' latest album 'Trench'.
They unveiled a new video showing the making of the record.