NGHTMRE revealed a remix for the acclaimed ZHU track “I Admit It” featuring 24kGoldn which is currently available to stream/download.
ZHU – I Admit It (NGHTMRE Remix) ft. 24kGoldn
Opening with a chilling, cinematic soundscape that builds with intensity into a rage, “I Admit It” (NGHTMRE Remix) walks a fine line between driving energy and calming magnificence. This announcement follows ZHU and NGHTMRE’s explosive back-to-back set at Digital Mirage’s Friendsgiving livestream, which was produced by Proximity/Brownies & Lemonade. They performed on the historic USS Hornet, which is an aircraft carrier currently located in the San Francisco Bay Area serving as a museum.
“I Admit It” marks NGHTMRE and ZHU’s third collaborative project together. NGHTMRE remixed ZHU’s 2018 single, “Blame,” and collaborated with ZHU on the 2019 track “Man’s First Inhibition” ft. Kidd Keem
“ZHU is one of my personal favorite artists and it’s always dope working with him. He has an amazing vision for what he wants and always makes it happen. For this remix, I tried to give it even more energy than the original and added a second drop that’s a bit more melodic. I hope everyone has as much fun listening to it as I did making it!”NGHTMRE
ZHU’s “I Admit It” merchandise collection saw its debut in a fashion show on Luminosity Gaming’s Twitch channel and is now available for viewing on his YouTube channel at the following link. Featuring designs seen in the official music video, the collection is made up of faux fur coats, plastic perforated hazmat suits, airbrushed sweaters, trench coats, and many graphic tees and long sleeves. ZHU worked alongside his creative director, Emmy Slattery, to create an array of merchandise. Shop the Fall/Winter 2020 line, which will only be available for a limited time.
Steven Zhu, more commonly known by his artist name, ZHU broke onto the scene in 2014 with the hit single, “Moves Like Ms. Jackson.” His debut EP The Nightday soon earned a Grammy Award nomination for Best Dance Recording for his breakthrough single “Faded.” His first album Generationwhy debuted at number one on Billboard’s Top Dance/Electronic Albums chart, and the artist has collaborated with a slew of artists including Bob Moses, Tinashe, and Kito.
Tyler Marenyi, more commonly known by his artist name NGHTMRE, has risen to the upper crust of dance music stardom. His success has been fueled by collaborations alongside top-notch artists including Zeds Dead, Dillon Francis, Flux Pavilion, SLANDER, Wiz Khalifa, A$AP Ferg, and The Chainsmokers. He can be found performing at some of the biggest clubs and festivals in the world including EDC Las Vegas, Electric Zoo, Mysteryland, Creamfields, Amnesia Ibiza, Space Ibiza, Cream Ibiza, Shambhala, Coachella, Ultra Music Festival, Tomorrowland, and a residency at Hakkasan Las Vegas.