Far East Movement Set May ‘Dirty Bass’ Release, Redfoo To Direct “Live My life”

Robbie Daw | March 5, 2012 1:50 pm

Justin Bieber collaboration “Live My Life” and Pitbull pair-up “Candy” are just two of the songs that will appear on Far East Movement’s upcoming LP Dirty Bass, which now has a May 8 release date attached to it. (Other guests on the album will include Tokio Hotel’s Bill Kaulitz, Natalia Kills and YG.) Meanwhile, the (east) Angelenos are currently trekking across Europe on the Cherrytree Pop Alternative Tour, and will shoot the video for “Live My Life” — to be directed by none other than LMFAO’s Redfoo — tomorrow in Amsterdam. The video will feature a mash-up of the original “Life My Life” and will flip to a remix with a new verse from Redfoo, notes a press release. The Party Rock Remix of “Live My Life” featuring Justin Bieber and Redfoo will be available for purchase on iTunes this week.

Followers of all things LMFAO will recall that the cheeky duo first teamed up with The Bieb on stage at the American Music Awards last fall. (Ah, yes — who can forget those zebra print pants?) And after remixing Madonna and working on Paris Hilton’s upcoming single, who knew the pair would prove to be so prolific in 2012?

As for Far East Movement’s Dirty Bass, the group co-produced the album with The Stereotypes and “assists” from RedOne, Sidney Sampson, and Martin “Cherry Cherry Boom Boom” Kierszenbaum.