While the track is playing the visuals display both artists' names, seemingly introducing the new tune to the world. In the 45-second clip, you can hear a dark, bouncy drum pattern featuring distinct elements from both artists' signature styles. Echoing keys interwoven with the alternating bass create a start and stop effect seemingly designed to get the crowd jumping.
Interestingly enough, users on the EDM subreddit uncovered footage of Malaa playing the collaboration at an undisclosed date and venue.
At the time of writing, neither Rezz nor Malaa have announced a release date or title for their upcoming collaboration.
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