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The Lost Boys Release ‘Close To U’ Remix EP Featuring Rossy, Klo, 2 Man Embassy and GUDFELLA

Following the release of “Close To U” by The Lost Boys and Carsen, The Lost Boys set out for producers to take on the remix EP. After more than a dozen remix submissions, Brett and Andy came up on 4 remixes to choose for its exclusive remix EP.

On April 11th, Chroma Records & The Lost Boys released remixes by Rossy, Klo, 2 Man Embassy, and GUDFELLA. Klo and Rossy are up and coming female producers. Klo is just 20 years old and brings an emotional touch to the future of trap and future bass, while Rossy's desire is to capture emotions in her music as she hopes to tell a story through classical components, future bass, and trap elements.

GUDFELLA and 2 Man Embassy are also up and coming producers as well. 2 Man Embassy formed in 2016 and have produced several remixes and originals. GUDFELLA has released 3 stellar remixes so on Spotify so far. Expect to see big things from each one of these producers in the years to come.

Stream the new remix EP below.


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