It’s Monday once again, so I’m back with a fresh list of the top 10 future bass tracks for you to kick off your week. This week’s chart is equal parts high energy future bass, downtempo future beats, and lush midtempo tunes.
“Save Me (feat. Katy B)”
Keys N Krates
Dim Mak Records
Keys N Krates earned the #1 spot on this week’s Top 10 future bass tracks with this massive, future bass anthem.
“Nice Nightmares (EPROM Remix)”
Nite School Klik
DJ Shadow’s collaborative project with G Jones gets an experimental bass heavy rework from none other than experimental bass music master EPROM. Catch him playing a B2B set with Alix Perez at Low End Theory festival.
“Dance On Me”
Everyone’s favorite Soulection rapper returns with the Milo Mills produced “Dance On Me”. Can’t wait to see who this guy collabs with next.
“Drive (Kito Remix)”
Kito flipped Dornik’s indie-dance tune into The Weeknd. Seriously, this sounds like The Weeknd. So much skill right here.
“Show & Tell”
Rose Gold x Hex Cougar
Vibrant future bass tune with a catchy Omarion hook. The Biggie sample is the icing on the cake here.
“BBHMM (Esta Remix)”
Another Soulection artist earns a spot on this week’s chart with an unusually heavy Rihanna remix.
“You Know It Aint Right”
Light and summery vibes from rising future beat producer TroyBoi.
“Be Together (Daktyl Remix)”
With a number of official Mad Decent remixes under his belt, Daktyl has proven that he’s a future bass producer of interest. His latest offering flips Major Lazer’s “Be Together” into a very melodic track that builds from the sample into a future bass frenzy.
Heavy grime release from UK bass producer Pelikann.
Midnight comes correct with that midtempo future music fire. His lush vocals are complemented perfectly by YLXR’s production style.
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