Steve Oki Neon Future III cover art

Steve Aoki Unveils Neon Future III to EDM Community

Steve Aoki has released his fifth studio length album Neon Future III, featuring new collaborations with Blink 182, Lil Yachty, Nicky Romero and more.

When Steve Aoki revealed Neon Future I it was fours years ago in 2014. Then came Neon Future II in 2015. Now in 2018 we finally have a Neon Future trilogy to appreciate after Kolony (2017).

The 17-track LP includes singles that were already out, such as “Pretender” featuring AJR and Lil Yachty, “Be Somebody” with Nicky Romero featuring Kiiara, “Lie to Me” featuring Ina Wroldsen, and “Waste it on Me” featuring BTS. The BTS one was number one on iTunes in 49 countries.

Also included are collaborations like “A Lover and a Memory” featuring Mike Posner, “Why Are We So Broken?” featuring Blink-182, “Our Love Grows” featuring Lady Antebellum, “Anything More” featuring Era Istrefi, “Azukita” with Daddy Yankee, and “Do Not Disturb” featuring Bella Thorne.


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Aoki, pictured above behind the scenes at a video shoot with his friends from Blink-182, is a serial Instagram poster. On his account he goes into detail about the new album, “I’m so proud of #NeonFuture3. This album is a continuation of the narrative of the Neon Future saga concept. It’s been 3 years since Neon Future II came out and across the board, this album represent different cultures, genres, languages, and walks of life coming together. I hope you enjoy it.”

The producer/DJ must be going for the South American market with all these Spanish artists. He will be performing at the Latin Grammy’s on November 15, 2018 with nominee Nicky Jam. He recently performed at iHeartRadio’s Fiesta Latina 2018, which is a division of Clear Channel.

Aoki is always on tour. So catch him live at some point. Try to take a picture with him. Stream and/or download Neon Future II by Steve Aoki from your provider of choice.

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Elizabeth de Moya has contributed to DJ Mag, DJ TechTools, LA Weekly and Thump (Vice). She has a BA in Linguistics from UC Berkeley.