ZHU – JET, THE DOBERMAN
ZHU recently released his new single, JET, THE DOBERMAN. The single is a hunting, melodic journey cinematic in theory and minor in key. The single changes scenes around the 1:50 mark, adding to the track’s movie like character. There are even hip-hop vocal elements in the next scene, eventually turning the song into a hyphy, trap led banger towards the end. The single truly grew in energy throughout the track, creating a longer-form narrative with more of a beginning, middle, and end.
The single is perfect for halloween parties, halloween movies, chillin hard on halloween, mortal kombat, a modern take on “Where in the World is Carmen Santiago,” Mario trying to save Peach in Bowser’s castle, cyphers with your arch nemesis, alligator wrestling, MMA training, pretending you’re a secret agent, building pillow forts, or any Instagram video trying to capture “ballin” in slow motion.
The single is part of ZHU’s Year of the Dog capsule collection.
For me, there’s been a bunch of ZHU around. An original, a remix of his, and a remix someone ELSE did of his previous single with Ekali, Blame.
The first is a remix from CamelPhat, who has been crushing it recently with their #1 US Billboard Dance Club Song with Elderbrook, Cola, which was nominated for a Grammy Award. This is one of the more popular songs on rBeatzRadio.
They also recently remixed Fatboy Slims’ Right Here, Right Now and it’s pretty dope. House heads will like it.
This remix isn’t for the faint- hearted. If you attended Lost Lands and enjoy heavy bass, click the play button below. Lucchii is a bass producer from Los Angeles. The contrast between chill and unchill on this one really speak to me. Things get so elevated so quick on this one, reminding me of Excision.