BEAUZ is a DJ duo from the United States that consists of brothers Bernardo and Kelvin Zuluaga. They specialize in electronic dance music, specifically house, trap, and bass music. The brothers grew up in a musical family and quickly developed a passion for music production.
Bernardo and Kelvin started producing music in 2015, and by 2016, they had released their first track, "Memories," which received positive feedback from listeners. They quickly gained traction and drew attention from well-known DJs and music industry professionals.
In 2017, BEAUZ gained global recognition after they were chosen as winners of the remix contest for The Chainsmokers' hit single "Paris." This success opened doors for them to perform at reputable music festivals such as Ultra Music Festival, Electric Zoo, and EDC Las Vegas.
BEAUZ has released multiple singles over the years, including "Sayonara," "Count the Hours," and "All for the Gram," which have received millions of streams on Spotify. In 2019, the duo released their first EP, "Patching Up the Cracks," which features five tracks and showcases their creative abilities as producers.
Apart from their music career, Bernardo and Kelvin are also known for their philanthropic work. In 2018, they partnered with the Pablove Foundation, a non-profit organization that funds pediatric cancer research and provides support for families. They also worked with Secret Fangirls, a blog dedicated to supporting emerging artists in the music industry.
BEAUZ continues to make waves in the electronic dance music scene with their unique sound, impressive production skills, and charitable efforts. They have solidified their position as one of the most promising DJ duos in today's music industry.