BLU J is a west coast duo based out of Vancouver and San Francisco, and together produce music that bumps deep in its sonorous bass lines and spellbinding ways. They makes perky tracks and have remixed the likes of pop-infused vocals including Ariana Grande and Rihanna. Additionally, they have teamed up with sweet upcoming vocalists including MOONZz and Molly Moore. Their music has an evocative way of pairing with feathery vocals, with their depth of their sound pillowing dainty vocals. When it comes down to either remixes or originals, the duo has carefully mastered a sound of their own, stepping away from the trends of electronic music and staying true to their groove.
In their first single of 2017, BLU J has unleashed "Safe" featuring vocals of Matthew Chaim. The track begins with echoey sparkles and the tapered introduction of Matthew Chaim's hazey vocals. His unique vocal work act as the perfect introduction to the slapping percussion and wallowing bass line signature to BLU J. Colorful vocal chops and synthetic twirls add a future touch to the deep house work. With each release and inventive style coming from BLU J, we're exposed to the maturing of the production duo's sound.