EXCLUSIVE: Far East Movement Says Working With Snoop Dogg Was "A Dream Come True"

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000_009_670_femrisen Far East Movement teamed up with Snoop Dogg for their latest single "If I Was You (OMG)" from their debut album Free Wired. We recently caught up with the guys to talk about the new single. "We really wanted to... 000_009_670_femrisen

Far East Movement teamed up with Snoop Dogg for their latest single "If I Was You (OMG)" from their debut album Free Wired.

We recently caught up with the guys to talk about the new single. "We really wanted to bridge the two worlds between that underground electronic club sound mixed with the classic West Coast that we grew up on with Snoop Dogg and literally blend those two worlds together," the band told us.

The band is also featured on the cover of Risen Magazine and recently performed on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno.

Do you want the chance to hang out with the band? They're heading out on tour next month and they could be stopping at your college campus! To celebrate the release of their single "If I Was You (OMG)," the band has launched a contest that challenges college students artistic creativity. The electro-pop quartet encourage students to upload an "If I Was You (OMG)" inspired video to YouTube, then message the group a link to the video on their website www.FarEastMovement.com. Videos uploaded now through midnight on May 20th will be considered. The winner will be selected randomly from the top five highest view count submissions.

The multi-platinum hit makers will invade the winner's college dorm room with pizza and host a private show for the you and 10 friends!

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