NERO on Zhu collaboration: "We took off most of his parts"

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The iconic UK-trio NERO, ever-shrouded in mystery, rarely gives interviews to the press. After what feels like years a musical drought, we finally received their collaboration with Zhu – , followed closely by their , and now we get some insight into what’s been going on behind the scenes for the internationally recognized supergroup in their new interview with Fabric London–including a revealing story about the creation the aforementioned Zhu collab.

In the interview, Dan NERO alleges Zhu’s shady collaboration practices, releasing a teaser the track without NERO’s approval right before they intended on pulling the track. Allegedly, they only learned the teaser Twitter.

NERO also blast the mysterious producer, claiming they took out most Zhu’s parts and finished the track by themselves. However, NERO do credit Zhu with the track’s eventual release.

It’s not all shade and accusations in the interview though, as NERO also confirm that new music is in the works and talk a little bit about their solo projects – with Dan confirming a new side project with Alana called “The Night”.

Looks like it’s slated to be a big year for the trio–both independently and as a group.

Read the entire interview  Fabric London .

You can check out their ‘2808’ release + ‘Dreams’ below