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Zeds Dead and Jauz Release Rattling New Collab “Shake”

The long-awaited collab between Zeds Dead and Jauz is finally here. After samples of the track being teased all year, “Shake” is living up to the hype and its name.

“Shake” is full of percussion explosions while also tying in dubstep and even some drum and bass sounds. Jauz revealed in an interview that about 40 different versions of the track were made before the DJs decided to take a step back from it for a while. Then, they came back and flipped it on its head to what it is now.

The last time that Jauz and Zeds Dead collabed was on their track “Lights Go Down” back in 2017. “Lights Go Down” became a staple in the EDM community and now we're sure this powerhouse track will as well.

Zeds Dead has already been bumping this one in most of their sets this festival season and we're sure to hear it even more over the remainder of the year. I know we've all felt the bass shake our bodies at festivals before, so I can only imagine what this one will do.

Listen to “Shake” here:

H/T Billboard.

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