Let's Go
by Korn

Album: The Path of Totality (2011)


  • The Path of Totality is comprised entirely of songs made with dubstep and electro house producers and this song was recorded by Korn with Noisia, a Dutch Electronic music trio consisting of members Nik Roos, Martijn van Sonderen and Thijs de Vlieger. Frontman Jonathan Davis told the story of the song to Artist Direct: "It's actually at 125 BPM. It's not really even considered dubstep. They gave me a short little sample of that. I wrote the lyric around it, and I sang it. I sent it back to Noisia and they did their little finishing touches and it was done."
  • Davis explained the song's meaning to Artist Direct: "It's about a love-hate relationship. You're saying 'I'm over you' and then you're saying, 'I need you.' 'Let's Go' has a double meaning. It means, 'Let's get out of here and we'll go do something' or 'Let's go, I'm out of here.'"

Comments: 1

  • Jack from European UnionThis song describes me perfect. And obviously, I love it. :-)
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