JAUZ and Marshmello put Duke Dumont's Need U on a stick and roast it into straight fire

JAUZ and Marshmello put Duke Dumont's Need U on a stick and roast it into straight fire

A little free christmas gift from two of the year's biggest finds.

You'd be hard pressed to find two bigger tear-out stars in EDM 2015 than JAUZ and Marshmello, harnessing some popular sounds in dance music (future house, trap respectively) and turning into something very unique to each other. Their social media games are point as well, and almost identical in the creation of the "sharksquad" and the "mellogang", offering an almost impenetrable sense of community which has seen their fanbases rightfully explode. It's no wonder a lot of people thought they were same person for a long time. While it's pretty obvious they're not, this little remix of Duke Dumont's breakout single, Need U puts a nice little coda on both their years, available for free download and once again making their respective squads feeling extremelyl appreciated, which is pretty clearly the case.



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