deadmau5 Talks 2013 Grammy Awards Big Winner Skrillex


| February 11, 2013 - 12:36 am

The 2013 Grammy Awards have garnered demon of dubstep, Skrillex another three Grammy wins. Previously, Skrilly (born Soony Moore) took home awards for Best Remixed Recording (Non-Classical) for the song “Cinema (Skrillex Remix)”; Best Dance/Electronic Album for Scary Monsters and Nice Sprites; and Best Dance Recording for the title track.

deadmau5 tells VIBE: “Skrillex, he’s good example of making a movement, he took this brostep thing and really commercialized it. And I’m not saying that’s bad. You got to be really careful with those mill markets because they’ll turn on you in a second.”

deadmau5 and Kat Von D arrived on the red carpet at tonight’s Grammy Awards and revealed they are working on new tattoos as usual. The producer – born Joel Zimmerman—just got his driver’s license at, age 32, as well as a new Porsche, but Skrillex took Grammy Awards for Best Dance/Electronica Album for Bangarang; Best Dance Recording for the title track, featuring Sirah; and Best Remixed Recording, Non-Classical for “Promises” with NERO.

See VIBE’s Complete List of the 2013 Grammy Awards Winners.