Future house continues to be a choice subgenre for those first beginning their search for something more serious outside of the usual big room and bass EDM realm, and BLU J have risen up in this arena as key players to follow. A good number of their singles have become viral hits thus far, including “OVRNGHT CLBRTY,” and their sensational re-work of Alina Baraz & Galimatias’ “Fantasy,” which accrued millions of plays and put BLU J’s name on the map.

The group’s first offering of the year comes as a genre mashup of sorts, assisted by Matthew Chaim’s vocals. BLU J and Chaim seamlessly blend together both deep, off-4/4 bass and future house into a forward-thinking piece which possesses the both smoothness of a modern hip-hop clip and the level of danceability usually heard in their work. This combination represents an intriguing direction of BLU J, who are likely to continue their impressing trend through the rest of the year.

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