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ZHU Shoots Down Rumors Of Upcoming Collaboration With Disclosure

It definitely sounded too good to be true when we first heard this hot bit of gossip, and sure enough – it has been officially debunked (for now?). After a rush of excitement around a new collaboration between ZHU and Disclosure, ZHU has stepped up and explained – at this point in time, no such project exists.

This is obviously unfortunate as the mixture of Disclosure's out of the box, generational melding style of groove, and ZHU's masterful dark mysterious beats would be truly captivating.

While there is still not explanation on how this rumor got started, we will keep an eye out for more updates as they become available. Still, even if ZHU x Disclosure is not a thing, we are sure to be hearing dozens of new collaborations from artists all across the dance music spectrum this coming weekend at Ultra Music Festival. Stay tuned for full and comprehensive coverage of the event, starting this Friday.

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