Weekly Top 10 Trap And Bass Chart - November 20, 2015

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Julia Lewis - Jumpman Jumpmang

This weeks' chart focuses mostly on future bass and chilled out beat oriented tracks. These should act as a perfect segue in between. As always, I included a few heavier tracks for "folks who wanna pop off". Enjoy. 

JULiA LEWiS - Jumpan Jumpmang

Drake and Future's ubiquitous club banger is reimagined by the ever talented JULiA LEWiS as a smooth and sexy future beat track. Bounce to this. 

Imad Royal

Previously known as Royal, Imad Royal has changed names in favor of his real name as his new moniker. New name, same sound. He also made the wise decision to add his own vocals to this one, which make the track even more vibey.  

Melanie Martinez - 'Soap (Solstis Remix)'

Solstis channels his inner Flume on this one. Really digging this. 

Montell2099 - 'Reach'

Insanely talented future beat producer right here. He has the potential to be the next Sam Gellaitry. I'm calling it right now.

UFO! - 'The Known Unknown'

A little heavier than what I usually post, but UFO always manages to impress me. Love all the samples in this. Especially the Drake one. 

Electric Mantis - 'Estimate'

Electric Mantis blends more soothing sounds with extremely precise moments of aggressive energy. 

Brasstracks - 'Say U Won't'

Nothing but good vibes from Brasstracks. Gotta love that brass. 

Empress Of - 'Kitty Kat (Feral Remix)'

Empress Of has been garnering a lot of attention recently with her unique vocals and production style. I thought it was only fitting that I found a way to include her in my chart via this vibrant future bass remix of her most recognized track.

Swick - 'R6 Wheel (Dub)'

Not many producers can produce a multitude of genres with the same accuracy as Swick. Club music, house, experimental, he can do it all. This one is heavy on the club side, with some industrial/experimental influence. 

Lido - 'Here (Thoughts From A Tour Bus)'

After having all of his remixes pulled from Soundcloud, Lido penned this to express his frustration. The lyrics say it all. Beautiful and banging future bass from the master himself.