Zedd and Kehlani recently treated fans to a live rendition of their collaboration, "Good Thing." The performance took place in New York City, where the duo stripped down their pop EDM track and played alongside a live band, with Zedd (real name Anton Zaslavski) himself on the drums.
Diehard fans will remember that Zaslavski used to play drums in a heavy metal band before becoming an EDM superstar. Although seeing him pick up the sticks is rare nowadays, this new version of "Good Thing" proves he didn't lose his chops.
The video is a welcome surprise for fans still trying to contain themselves after he teased a collaboration with Martin Garrix over the weekend. In addition to that, he was announced as one of the live headliners for phase 1 of Ultra Music Festival's lineup. He's set to perform at the Miami festival alongside Flume, Major Lazer, Gesaffelstein and others.
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"Good Thing" by Zedd and Kehlani was released on September 27th, 2019. You can download or stream it here.
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