Top Future Bass Songs 2014 [Week 41]

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Top Future Bass Songs 2014 Week 41

Halloween is quickly approaching, and I have some fresh new music to ease your pre-festivities jitters on this week’s top future bass songs 2014 week 41. This week’s chart features a remix of a classic Eminem tune, a jersey club track packed with Waka Flocka and Juicy J samples, a 2pac inspired work from Mr. Carmack, and a creepy bass banger perfect for any Halloween playlist. Without further adieu, let’s get right into this week’s selections.

1. Friend, DZZ
“Friend” is DZZ’s first single released via the LA based, forward thinking dance music label Shifty Rhythms. The track’s intro is reminiscent of something off Porter Robinson’s latest album ‘Worlds’, but it morphs into a much more dance floor friendly groove about 2 minutes in.

2. Say My Name (Aeons Remix), Odesza
Thanks to the remix contest for “Say My Name”, there are an endless amount of remixes that seem to only be getting better and better. Most recently, Aeons released their vibrant, bouncy take on the track which represents future bass at its finest.

3. A$$, Dolphin Tears
Dolphin Tears earned a spot on this week’s top future bass songs week 41, thanks to their creative use of numerous hip-hop samples re-appropriated into jersey club. What can I say, I’m a sucker for Waka Flocka and Juicy J samples.

4. Lose Yourself (San Holo), Eminem
A funky yet soulful remix of Eminem’s classic grammy award winning tune.

5. Kaleidoscope (Kaytranada’s Flip), Badbadnotgood
Kaytranada’s latest flip merges the sounds of jazz fusion with bouncy, house beats.

6. Dear Mama, Mr. Carmack
Carmack’s latest soundcloud release is a touching, heartfelt track inspired by 2pac’s “Dear Mama”.

7. Burial (Moody Good Remix), Yogi ft. Pusha T
Despite 16 bit’s breakup a while ago, half of the group has stayed active under the moniker Moody Good. Their latest remix is a churning, unrelentingly brutal bass heavy heater.

8. Can You Keep Up, Yung Death Ray
On “Can You Keep Up”, Yung Death Ray blends jersey club and trap into dance floor fire. Impressive considering this is their first release.

9. You Make Me Wanna (KRNE Remix), Usher
KRNE is a rising star in the future bass community, and this remix’s movement between future R&B, future bass, and glitch demonstrates his versatility as a producer.

10. Trample Dem, Sayer & Bleep Bloop
This collaboration between Sayer and Bleep Bloop is a creepy, psychedelic track packed with banging 808’s. This one is perfect for any Halloween playlists.

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