New Future Bass Songs (Chart) — 2.2.15

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New Future Bass Songs — 2.2.15

New week, new future bass songs. If you were rooting for the Seahawks, this week’s chart should help with that post-game depression. If your team is the Pats, this music will help you celebrate that win accordingly. Either way, I have some feel good music for you. Enjoy!

1. "Too Tite" - Dom Corleone
Dom Corleone earned the #1 spot on this week’s new future bass songs with his latest track “Too Tite." Although this track starts off with a hip-hop/R&B sample, it transitions into a heavy bassline garage banger. He’s dubbed this style “Bootyhouse," and I can only hope that more producers follow in his footsteps creating fire tracks like this one.

2. "Breakdown" - Elaksi
Elaksi’s latest track transcends genre labels with its ethereal 808 vibes.

3. "This Is Not Trap" - Lewdite
Despite its heavy 808’s and rap samples, make no mistakes, this is not trap. Apparently the NBA used this song. Hats off to Lewdite for that major accomplishment.

4. "Hiding Place" - Raf Riley
Raf Riley blends experimental electronic sounds with soulful, melancholy vocals on his latest tune.

5. "Today I Got Time Cuz" - Zikomo x Tek.lun
Two of HW&W and Soulection’s young guns come together on this release. Zikomo and Tek.lun’s collaborative work is a groove-heavy experimentally futuristic beat.

6. "Da Boi Geeked" - Alfred English
My favorite Gucci Mane track of all time ("Pillz"), re-worked into a genre defying beast of a tune by Mad Decent graphic designer and experimental producer Alfred English. Can’t get enough of this one.

7. "Valhalla (Promnite Edition)" - RL Grime feat. Djemba Djemba
Promnite delivers a fresh, trapped-out remix of RL Grime and Djemba Djemba’s track “Valhalla." This one is massive.

8. "Silver Tides" - Salute
This track earned a spot on this week’s new future bass songs thanks to its shimmering melodies, ambient pads, video game samples, and a funky bass line. Pretty much every quality I like about future bass embodied in one song.

9. "Temple" - Sam Gellaitry
Sam Gellaitry’s latest release covers almost every sound that the Soulection label curates. Starting with a light, ambient intro into a bass heavy bridge, "Temple" shifts into Sam’s signature style of jazz influenced house.

10. "Devil Pt.II" - Royal
Royal has been making waves in the future bass community, and his Cycles EP has garnered a lot of attention since its release last week. Although it was tough to choose, “Devil Pt.II” is my favorite track off the EP due to the monstrous bass line that enters around half way through.

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