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Just this past weekend, ZHU hit the stage of LA's innovative Air + Style festival. There, hardcore fans of the formerly elusive electronic musician and singer could easily spot some new and unreleased tracks that he played. The one that has stuck in fans' minds the most was a remix debuted at that performance for the first time - a remix sounding like ZHU's new take on Migos's chart-topping 2016 single "Bad and Boujee." Previously only caught in an unsteady video, ZHU confirmed the track's official existence just yesterday via his Instagram feed. Mysterious as always, there was no caption or any further information to the track beyond what looked like album art. But today, ZHU has made it official and posted the track to his SoundCloud.
Dark, brooding, and somehow infectiously groovy, this take on "Bad and Boujee" embodies everything lovable about ZHU's style. And in typical fashion there are some bright surprises amongst the chopped and screwed-ness along the way, making this "Bad and Boujee" engrossing as ever.
This remix from ZHU follows the release of his 2016 album GENERATIONWHY, and his single with Kaskade "In the Morning." And from the looks of this new remix, he's continuing to be the voice of a generation.