Bass house pioneer Jauz has already started 2016 off with insane support, but more and more major artists crawl out of the woodwork of the bass music scene to work with him as the days pass. Following his performance at Marquee Dayclub in Las Vegas, the L.A.-based DJ/producer uploaded a video of the live debut of his as-yet-unnamed Netsky collaboration.
An almost Zhu-esque bass house track which Your EDM speculates to be titled “Push Me Higher” (based on the most audible vocal sample), the catchy ID doesn’t contain a great deal that could easily be attributed to Netsky. However, just because its wonky bass line and pitch-shifted vocals fall closer in style to what Jauz has been putting out doesn’t necessarily mean that he actually contributed more on the production side.
In fact, we would even go as far as to say that bass house is a good look for Netsky. Either way, listen to his and Jauz‘ tentatively titled “Push Me Higher” and tell us what you think of the track by making a trip down to the comments section.