For years I have lost faith in modern music because of Death Grips (Death Grips actually has some good tracks, in retrospect. I take back my words against D.G. It's an acquired taste compared to its other contemporaries), Mayhem, SoundCloud Mumble Rap (bane of my existence), and a few cheesy pop tracks that will not age well (Don't Kill My Vibe), but apparently... Christina Aguilera found a Schaffer track and used it. She sure has a good taste in Svensk-rock, nonetheless. That song is a "killer" (impressive in another word) And the lyrics itself has quite a good meaning.
Hip-hop rock, in my opinion, is what I consider one of the effective ways that rock and roll can prolong and stay relevant in the climate of electronic pop and hip hop, throughout the decades after the 2010s, aside from "back to the roots" rock like Greta Van Fleet. Not all will like it, but it will curb the status of rock music as a dead genre.