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Hailing from Hawaii, budding DJ and producer ZUEZEU is making waves with his infectious energy and party-starting sound.

With this motivation at top of mind, naturally ZUEZEU's first official release is a tech house heater. Dubbed "Hurry," the track churns along with a thick baseline and a sultry vocal refrain: "I-I want you baby, I-I need you baby." Designed for clubs, the track will make sure his fans are always grooving on the dancefloor.

ZUEZEU also released a music video alongside the new single. Directed by Reef Shaw, the official "Hurry" video shows him performing for a crowd at a rowdy pool party.

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“There has never been a huge DJ that has made it out of Hawaii and I believe my energy and personality on the stage in collaboration with my music/mixing style is what sets me apart from a lot of other artists,” ZUEZEU said.

Find "Hurry" on streaming platforms here.




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